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Def Jam Records signs newest R&B-Pop girl group: Riplay

Def Jam Records welcomes their newest R&B-Pop girl group “Riplay” from Baltimore, Maryland that consist of three young ladies, “Ki”,“Shay” and “Lay”.

Photo: Courtesy of the publicist
Riplay
Photo: Courtesy of the publicist

Def Jam Records welcomes their newest R&B Pop girl group Riplay from Baltimore, Maryland that consists of three young ladies, “Ki”, “Shay” and “Lay”. They definitely have next up, as each one of these young ladies brings a unique element to the group that sets them apart from the typical girl group.

Ki, originally from Baltimore, is known by the group, to bring the soul and the power behind the sound. Shaye, originally from Prince George’s County, brings a style of Hip-Hop to the group that reflects one of her idols Lisa “Left Eye” Lopez. Lay brings a soft soothing sound that sets the tone for the group and with her funky image she makes a bold statement. With their natural talent in being performers, Riplay looks to entertain the music world with great music and energy. Working hard to follow and recreate the blueprint of some of the girl groups before them, as they mirror the likes of TLC, SWV and other great female R&B-Pop groups before them.

Phantom Boyz Music Group is an American-based music production company, since its inception in 2006, The Phantom Boyz have produced records for both American and international artists, including Jim Jones, Christina Aguilera, B5, Alexandra Burke, BoA and Rainie Yang. Since signing with Phantom Boyz Music Group, Riplay’s video “Strange” featuring Lil Key (of Jermaine Dupri’s The Rap Game) and “Hate Me” has gone viral. Strange has garnered over 3.2 million views on Facebook, and “Hate Me” is at 1.8 million views. With the strategic direction of Phantom Boyz Music Group spearheading Riplay’s career, success is inevitable as their debut single “Status” dropped late last year.


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