M.I.A.releases an eight minute mix for fashion house KENZO called The Matangi Mixtape. The music was use by KENZO women’s Fall/Winter 2013 fashion show in Paris.
M.I.A.” is a documentation of musician M.I.A.’s entire visual output and a telling of her story in collages, photos, and prints from her early years in art school at Central Saint Martins London through to her hugely successful three albums, mixtapes, and live performances at PS1 MoMA, Coachella, various exhibitions, installations, and music video shoots.
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M.I.A.’s self-titled book is a documentation of her entire visual output and a telling of her story in collages, photos, and prints. The artwork is comprised of a wide variety of materials and media: artwork on nails, walls, prints for T-shirts, handmade stage costumes—anything she could find while she was touring. Also included are assorted lyrics and portions of an exclusive interview in which she discusses candidly the personal events and themes which informed her art and music at the time of each campaign.
According Stereogum M.I.A has announced via Twitter that her new album will be out sometime in December. Well not a official announcement just of yet no track list is yet available for the supposedly titled album Matangi which will be the fourth album from Maya Arulpragasam.
MTV has nominated M.I.A.’s “ Bad Girls” music video for three VMA’s including VIDEO OF THE YEAR!
Help M.I.A. win by voting here for the “Bad Girls” music video.
Also, the Bad Girls Remix EP is available now for download on iTunes, and on the limited edition “Bad Girls” USB gold-chain necklace here.
New more mellow track from Uk artist M.I.A Called Baby no word yet on when the album Mantangi will be released word is sometime this Summer.
Urban Noize remix’s M.I.A “Bad girls” single giving it the Requiem of Dream treatment with a mix of Lex Luger sound.
Rye Rye releases her eagerly anticipated debut album GO! POP! BANG! today. Declared “eminently danceable, with up-tempo break beats, electronic flourishes, and double-Dutch-like rhymes,” by the The New York Times, the MC’s bouncy playground jams will be pumping out of every actual schoolyard–and car stereo, club, block party, and house party–just in time for summer.
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