Skylar Grey

Nov
27
New Music: Skylar Grey f/ Eminem – ‘C’mon Let Me Ride’

C'mon Let Me Ride

Skylar Grey has a new look, new sound, and a new single called “C’mon Let Me Ride.” The playful tune, which samples Queen’s 1978 hit “Bicycle Race,” was produced by Alex Da Kid and features a verse from Eminem, who has also signed on to executive produce her debut Don’t Look Down, due next spring.

“The song is something totally unexpected from me,” said Skylar. “Sometimes I can’t even believe that it came out of my mouth.”

A video was shot in Detroit last month, while the song will hit iTunes on December 11. Listen to the radio rip below.

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Nov
12
On Set of Skylar Grey and Eminem’s ‘C’mon Let Me Ride’ Video

Skylar Grey and Eminem

Skylar Grey heads to the backwoods of Detroit in the video for her first single “C’mon Let Me Ride” featuring Eminem. The singer-songwriter has revealed photos from the shoot, which took place last month in Em’s hometown.

Skylar shows a sexier side, wearing a bra and trucker hat as she lounges in a chair. Some of the residents are seen gathering around a BBQ and grilling a squirrel, while one older lady throws up the middle finger.

The song, produced by Alex Da Kid, samples Queen’s “Bicycle Race,” and will hit iTunes on December 11. “The song is something totally unexpected from me,” said Skylar. “Sometimes I can’t even believe that it came out of my mouth. But it did. And soon, it will be in your ears.”

Eminem has signed on to executive produce Skylar’s forthcoming debut Don’t Look Down, due next spring.

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Nov
6
Single Cover: Skylar Grey f/ Eminem – ‘C’mon Let Me Ride’

C'mon Let Me Ride

Skylar Grey gets down and dirty on the cover of her new single “C’mon Let Me Ride.” The bikini-clad singer-songwriter shows a sexier side as she rides a bicycle through the mud on the artwork. The song, produced by Alex Da Kid, samples Queen’s “Bicycle Race” and features Eminem. The Detroit rapper has signed on to executive produce her debut album Don’t Look Down.

“The song is something totally unexpected from me,” said Skylar. “Sometimes I can’t even believe that it came out of my mouth. But it did. And soon, it will be in your ears.”

A video was shot in Detroit last month, while the song will hit iTunes on December 11.

What do you think of the cover art? Sound off below.

Oct
31
Eminem to Executive Produce Skylar Grey’s Debut Album

Skylar Grey

Skylar Grey is getting a major co-sign. Eminem has signed on to executive produce the singer-songwriter’s debut album.

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Apr
2
MGK and Skylar Grey Perform ‘Invincible’ at WrestleMania

Skylar Grey and MGK

Machine Gun Kelly provided the soundtrack for John Cena’s entrance at WrestleMania XXVIII at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, on Sunday. Following an introduction from his Bad Boy boss Diddy, the Cleveland rapper raged on stage with his WWE theme song “Invincible,” accompanied by a newly blonde Skylar Grey, who filled in for Ester Dean.

“That was seriously surreal…my mentor introduced me and we’re fighting for the underdog,” tweeted MGK after performing in front of millions.

Flo Rida also delivered his hits “Good Feeling” and “Wild Ones” as WrestleMania champ The Rock entered the ring.

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Feb
9
Dr. Dre, Mary J. Blige, & Skylar Grey Salute Jimmy Iovine at Pre-Grammy Event

Dr. Dre, Skylar Grey, and Jimmy Iovine

Grammy Week was in full swing as music’s brightest stars came out to honor Interscope chairman Jimmy Iovine at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards Producers & Engineers Wing event at the Village in Los Angeles. From Dr. Dre to Stevie Nicks, the room was full of artists of all genres. Skylar Grey kicked off the evening with a medley of her hits and Mary J. Blige, will.i.am, and Polow Da Don were among those who saluted the music visionary.

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Jan
5
Skylar Grey Unveils ‘Buried Sessions’ Artwork

The Buried Sessions of Skylar Grey

Rap-Up.com has your first look at the eerie cover for Skylar Grey’s EP The Buried Sessions of Skylar Grey. The digital release, which precedes the singer-songwriter’s KIDinaKORNER/Interscope debut Invinsible, will be available January 17 on iTunes and include solo versions of the hits she penned including Diddy-Dirty Money’s “Coming Home” and Lupe Fiasco’s “Words I Never Said,” along with the original demo of Eminem and Rihanna’s “Love the Way You Lie.” Preview what Skylar has in store below.

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