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RODNEY “DARKCHILD” JERKINS AND INTERSCOPE RECORDS PRESENT LIL PLAYY “B.B.M. (Bigger Better Moneyy)”

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Grammy nominated & ASCAP Award winning songwriter who penned the “My Chick Bad” hook is the latest breakout rapper on the scene!

The first signed by entertainment executives – the legendary Suzanne de Passe and heavyweight producer Rodney Jerkins!

New collaboration with on her “Here I Am”!

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Check out Lil Playy’s debut for “B.B.M. (Bigger Better Moneyy)”

VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXfDPFG6_uQ

Lil Playy takes you behind the scenes of his music and introduces you to the team behind his movement. Press playy and discover why the whole world will be screaming “B.B.M.” this summer!

VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLnHE2F85vo

Stay tuned for Lil Playy’s official website launch and the TourBusMuzik mixtape! Learn more about the rising talent below!

The average up and coming rapper’s debut boasts an impressive history of thousands of mixtape downloads and viral video spins. But Houston’s newest son, 22-year-old Lil Playy, opted for a grander introduction. Although his first mixtape, “TourBuzMuzik,” has yet to be released, Lil Playy has already penned the infectious hook to RIAA certified platinum single, “My Chick Bad.” He also has the honor of being the first rap artist signed by entertainment executives””the legendary Suzanne de Passe and heavyweight producer Rodney Jerkins. Impressed with Lil Playy’s talent, the pair formed a joint partnership between their companies de Passe Jones Entertainment and Darkchild Productions.

The rapper, known for his quick-witted freestyle rhymes, began writing raps when he was 15. Lil Playy found early success in rap competitions at the Royal Peacock, Atlanta’s 18 and over nightclub, under the guidance of his father, Rick Davidson of Racer Entertainment. It was at the Peacock that music, TV and film executive Madison Jones discovered him–later linking him with co-manager Larry Layfield. In 2008, he gained notoriety as a promising contestant in the BET Hot 16 Challenge with Jermaine Dupri.

After graduating from high school, Lil Playy’s years of grinding on the underground scene in Houston and Atlanta paid off. His managers, introduced him to the Legendary Traxster who worked with Lil Playy to create “My Chick Bad.” The song caught the attention of Ludacris, who made a bid to purchase the record for use on his “Battle Of The Sexes” album. Lil Playy’s decision to sell the song proved to be a genius business move. Within months, Ludacris’ version, featuring Nicki Minaj, peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop chart. The song was also nominated for a Grammy Award in 2011.

The success of “My Chick Bad” put Lil Playy on the national map. Soon after, Madison introduced Lil Playy to his business partner Suzanne de Passe and, together, they signed Lil Playy to the de Passe Jones Entertainment roster. The duo introduced their new artist to super producer Rodney Jerkins, with whom he connected immediately, recording more than 30 songs. The works impressed Interscope Geffen A&M head Jimmy Iovine, who brought Lil Playy into the label home of superstar acts such as the Black Eyed Peas, Lady Gaga, and Eminem.

Not wasting any time, Lil Playy is currently working on an EP which will be released later this year. Its lead single, “Birthday Dress” (featuring Koma), will serve as the perfect summer anthem. In addition, he is preparing to release his “Tour Bus Muzik” mixtape this summer, helmed by Jerkins’ Darkchild Productions.

Now that Lil Playy’s exceptional talent is backed by the support of the biggest forces in music and television, it’s only a matter of time before he will become a household name.

CEO of RF Focus, Radio and Music Industry Veteran. Radio DJ, Programmer, Musician and Voice Talent. Graduated from Performing Arts in Buffalo, N.Y. and worked at the legendary KKBT (92.3 The Beat) during its nationwide heyday in the early 90s. Also worked for Stevie Wonder at KJLH.