Bridget Kelly

Single Covers: Azealia Banks, Robin Thicke, & Bridget Kelly

#ATM Jam

Fresh off her two nominations at the BET Awards 2013, Azealia Banks unveils the artwork for “#ATMJAM,” the next single off her debut Broke With Expensive Taste. The follow-up to “Yung Rapunxel” features Pharrell and is set to debut by the end of May. “#ATMJAM IS A BANGER,” said Azealia.

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Bridget Kelly and Kendrick Lamar Shoot ‘Street Dreamin” Video

Kendrick Lamar and Bridget Kelly

Bridget Kelly went in front of the lens with Kendrick Lamar to shoot a video for her new single “Street Dreamin’” on Tuesday.

The Roc Nation singer met up with the Compton rapper in Greensboro, North Carolina, where he had a show. Bridget rocked a camouflage skirt and K-Dot donned all black as they rode in the back of a candy red whip.

The Shea Taylor-produced song will appear on Bridget’s upcoming debut, along with contributions from Jerry Wonda, Ne-Yo, and The-Dream.

See more pics from the set below.

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New Music: Luke James f/ Bridget Kelly – ‘I.O.U. (Remix)’

Luke James and Bridget Kelly

Luke James adds some fire to his already hot single “I.O.U.” The New Orleans crooner turns the tender tune into a steamy duet with Roc Nation’s Bridget Kelly.

James is currently on tour with Beyoncé in Europe and is working on his pre-album Whispers in the Dark and his upcoming N.A.R.S./Island Def Jam debut, Made to Love.

Meanwhile, Bridget just shot a video for her single “Street Dreamin’” featuring Kendrick Lamar.

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Kelly Rowland, Rita Ora, & Bridget Kelly Celebrate ELLE ‘Women in Music’

Kelly Rowland and Rita Ora

It was ladies’ night as ELLE celebrated Women in Music at its 4th annual event in New York on Wednesday. The intimate evening featured performances from Kelly Rowland, Martha Wainwright, and Rita Ora, who graces the magazine’s cover alongside Adele and Alicia Keys.

Rita hit the red carpet in a floppy black hat and dress by YSL, Kelly kept it casual in leggings and a white top, and Bridget Kelly was pretty in purple.

“Such a great night partying w/ @ElleMagazine at the Women in Music event!” tweeted Kelly, who was joined by her friends Jessica White and La La Anthony.

Rita took the stage to perform and was later seen dancing with fellow Roc girl Bridget as Kelly sang her hits.

See more pics of the lovely ladies in NYC.

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Bridget Kelly Celebrates Birthday with Jay-Z, Rita Ora, and Melanie Fiona

Bridget Kelly and Jay-Z

The Roc was in the building as Bridget Kelly celebrated her 27th birthday at the 40/40 Club in New York City last night. Friends and family came out to party with the “Special Delivery” singer, including her boss Jay-Z, mother, and fellow Roc girls Rita Ora and Melanie Fiona. Trey Songz, Adrienne Bailon, Timbaland, and Ne-Yo sipped D’USSE cocktails and snacked on red velvet cake.

“Love my boo ritaora too much fun last night,” tweeted Bridget, who posed for a photo with her labelmate.

Bridget’s debut is due later this year featuring Shea Taylor, Jerry Wonda, Ne-Yo, The-Dream, and Kendrick Lamar, who appears on the single “Street Dreamin.’”

See more pics of Bridget celebrating with her Roc Nation familia.

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Rap-Up TV: Bridget Kelly Talks Roc Nation Debut, Jay-Z’s Advice, & Grammy Win

Bridget Kelly hasn’t released her debut album yet, but she can already add Grammy winner to her résumé. The Roc Nation singer-songwriter took home her first Grammy last month for co-writing “Einstein” off Kelly Clarkson’s album Stronger.

“It was so humbling to hear that I had won on a song that I didn’t anticipate would go anywhere,” said Bridget, who originally penned the song for her album. “Now that that dream has come into fruition, I feel pressured to figure out what the next dream is.”

Bridget’s dream includes the release of her debut, which features contributions from Shea Taylor, Jerry Wonda, Ne-Yo, The-Dream, and Kendrick Lamar, who appears on the single “Street Dreamin.’”

She’s received plenty of support from her Roc Nation boss Jay-Z, who told her to take her time. “Jay has really been monumental in that he’s really helped coach me along the way, just to continue to be patient with myself and with my process,” she said.

Plus, watch Bridget perform her single “Special Delivery” and a cover of Kings of Leon’s “Use Somebody” for Rap-Up Sessions.

New Music: Bridget Kelly f/ Kendrick Lamar – ‘Street Dreamin”

Bridget Kelly and Kendrick Lamar

Bridget Kelly nabs a coveted feature from MTV’s “Hottest MC in the Game” Kendrick Lamar on her new single “Street Dreamin’.” The Compton kid kicks things off with a vicious verse, while Bridget sings sweet lullabies over a sample of Tupac’s “Got My Mind Made Up.” The Shea Taylor production will appear on Bridget’s upcoming Roc Nation debut.

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