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Fresh off of a successful run promoting her hometown San Francisco 49ers — Saweetie is back with a new solo song. On her track “Richivities,” the 'Icy 'Girl' flexes her lavish lifestyle in her lyrics. While the rapper has faced some backlash for the track’s message, the Filipina MC fired back at haters by saying she hopes the song motivates listeners to work towards the lifestyle they are aspiring for. Check out Saweetie’ “Richtivities” below!


We have new music from Saweetie thanks to this new collaboration with Nissy! “Feels” is a catchy upbeat J-Pop song that connects the Filipina rapper with the Japanese artist. In addition to a feel good banger, the release also comes equipped with a trippy music video. We love to see a collaboration between two Asian acts representing different countries!



According to a comment on Saweetie’s Instagram, the project started a few years ago. “I couldn't meet you due to the coronavirus. We couldn't even shoot.... It took us three years to release our song, but I'm glad we were able to do it. I'm so happy now!! I'm really grateful. big hug💓💓💓,” commented Nissy.

The song has quickly amassed over 13M views on YouTube to date. Watch Saweetie and Nissy’s “Feels” music video below!

Are you looking for a fun variety show to sing along with? Look no further, NBC's "That's My Jam" with host, Jimmy Fallon is back for it's second season with a few of your favorite artists taking the stage. Those included this season so far are Nicole Scherzinger, Darren Criss, and Saweetie. Check out these previews below!

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Saweetie continues to tease her new album! In collaboration with Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey, the Filipina-American hosted a party in Hollywood to promote her upcoming project.

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"I've been waiting for the right moment to speak about The Single Life project and there is no one I'd rather celebrate with than my friends at Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey," said Saweetie. "From multiple event activations over the years to my own signature Jack Honey cocktails, Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey has created the space for me to express myself authentically. It's been a great partnership with Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey and I'm excited to share this night with them!

This isn’t the first time that the “Closer” rapper has teased “The Single Life” project. The Icy Girl previously posted an iTunes tracklist hiding the titles of the tracks she’s been working on. Stay tuned for more news on Saweetie!

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The EGOT artist, John Legend takes the meaning of "blind auditions" to another level. In his latest music video for the track, "All She Wanna Do" is a fun, upbeat track that will make you get up and dance. He also collaborates with Saweetie for the track bringing out the spice to the second verse and chorus. The song and the video brought smiles not only to the surprised dancers and artists, but it is sure to also bring good vibes to listeners as well.

If you're first listening to the track, it starts off in the John Legend ballad-type sound and leave you wondering how Saweetie is coming into the track. As the song picks up, the two styles blend so nicely for a pop-dance song. Check out the colorful video that's sure to leave you in a happier mood.


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A viral video of Filipino-American students doing a modernized traditional Filipino folk Tinikling dance has earned a reaction from Lil Nas X, whose song was used in the choreography.

this is so hard omg https://t.co/AtBe0uSDVQ

— MONTERO (@LilNasX) April 26, 2022

Filipino-American students from the Georgia Tech FSA remixed the traditional folk dance’s normal style with Lil Nas X’s “Dolla Sign Slime” choreographed by Ethan Ray (the first dancer seen in the video) for the school’s Halo Halo Mixer event on April 16th. The video, which has gone viral on social media, caught the attention of the rapper, who then shared a reaction on his Twitter account.

Tinikling is a traditional Philippine folk dance that originated during the Spanish colonial era and the classic dance typically involves two people beating, tapping, and sliding bamboo poles on the ground and against each other in coordination with one or more dancers who step over and in between the poles in a dance. Traditionally, it is paired with rondalla music, which is an ensemble of stringed instruments.

Watch the full video of the Georgia Tech FSA’s viral Lil Nas X tinikling video below!

But let's also not forget this 2020 moment with Saweetie also reacting to her song being used in another viral moment from that year. Host and Choreographer Reya Paulos and the OSM Cotillion also set the internet ablaze with this video. Check out Saweetie's reaction to the video on her MYX Global Interview with DJ Dannieboi.

Filipinos came in style to Coachella Valley this year, whether it was checking out the LIVE performances at the festivals or mansion hopping to the various lounges and house parties in the desert. See a list of some of our favorite outfits below. Fill out the form and let us know who YOU think had the best outfit or was had Coachella style that you would wear as well. Everyone that submits an answer will be automatically entered to win tickets to an upcoming MYX virtual concert so you can have your own Couch-ella at home!

Coachella Outfits

Coachella Outfits

Valkyrae

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Kiana V

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Vanessa and Stella Hudgens

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Yeek

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DJ Noodz

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Jay-R and Mica

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Bella Poarch

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Aliya Janell Brinson

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JamieBoy

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Ashley Mehta

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Bretman Rock

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Jen DeLeon

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Nicole Scherzinger

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One of the most popular music festivals, Coachella was back this past weekend after a 2 year hiatus. A huge lineup was set from Harry Styles, Billie Eillish, and The Weeknd headlining each night. However, Filipino musicians also take the stage like EYEDRESS and beabadoobee performing at the Sonora and Gobi stages. Besides the music, the fashion is one of the most talked about points during the 2-weekend festival and some of your favorite Filipino stars enjoyed the desert vibe while looking chic. Lets take look at some of the outfits worn in Weekend 1.

Vanessa and Stella Hudgens
Vanessa Hudgens is the queen of Coachella and her outfits do not disappoint. The wanderlust looks she bought to the festival throughout the years is a staple that isn't going anywhere. This year, the Hudgens sisters dress up in PowerPuff Girls colors in pink, blue, and green.

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Nicole Scherzinger
Nicole Scherzinger brings the animal print pattern to the desert. The outfit screams boho-chic plus it's paired with oversized sunnies and accessories to complement, it's perfect.

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Valkyrae
Valkyrae keeps it comfy and simple in a two-piece outfit with mesh pants. Whenever at Coachella, you definitely have to keep yourself cool so you can't forget the bucket hat!

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Saweetie
Ate Icy brings the color with reds, blues, and gold in her outfit. We're loving the hair and the two-piece outfit designed with a textured pattern.

Erin Lim
The E! Entertainment host hangs out at the Revolve Fest and talks to many of the celebrities passing by including Kim K. Erin keeps it cool and flowy with a white ensemble and a cute space bun. This outfit is going to the archive for summer fits!

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Raissa Gerona
The Chief Brand Officer for Revolve brings the groovy vibes to the festival. Hosting the Revolve pool party was the place to be with everyone from celebs to influencers popping by for drinks and IG-worthy backdrops.

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EYEDRESS
A Sunday performer, EYEDRESS was in the middle of the action, hanging out in the pit with Jaden Smith. The Filipino artist stuck with the basics in an all-black outfit with brown chest strap.

Jen DeLeon
Twitch host, Jen DeLeon went with a retro look in a halter and skirt combo. Her fit plus the backdrop behind one of the iconic Coachella structure, it didn't miss. She's there to cover all sorts of Coachella content from the sets, looking for the best outfits, best food, and more.

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Miss Kay aka Keiffer
Miss Kay slays Coachella in a leather outfit. She blazes through the desert heat with a smile and a dope oversized leather blazer. We need to know where it's from!

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Bretman Rock
Bretman rocks all 3 days in different looks, but our favorite is the princess-inspired look rocking all the shimmers and glitters possible.

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Bella Poarch
Bella keeps it fun and flirty in another retro pattern that's sure to stick out. Her signature long braids adds to the look and can we talk about her leg warmers!

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Jay-R and Mica
The couple take to the dessert in a desert appropriate rock and cowgirl themed outfit. Mica rocks a cowboy hat and mixes it with a boho-fringe top with boots for the dusty conditions. Jay-R keeps it rock-n-roll with KISS muscle tee ready to fend away the bright weather.

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beabadoobee
The Fil-British Coachella performer chose a young and fun mini dress outfit before taking the stage. She kept it chic and simple showing off her body artwork.

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Can't wait to see what kind of outfits will be at Weekend 2 of Coachella!

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Filipino representation was at an all-time high at this year’s 2022 GRAMMYs. The year’s biggest night in music featured Filipinos nominatinated in all major categories and featured three official winners. H.E.R. won for Best Traditional R&B Performance for “Fight For You.”

Bruno Mars of Silk Sonic swept with Record of the Year, Best R&B Performance, Best R&B Song, and Song of the Year.

Hawaiian-Filipino musician, Kalani Pe'a won his third Grammy Award for Best Regional Roots Music Album for his album, Kau Ka Peʻa and gave a touching acceptance speech paying tribute to his Hawaiian roots.

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To round things off Olivia Rodrigo took home three GRAMMYS for Best New Artist, Best Pop Vocal Album, & Best Pop Solo Performance. In addition to Olivia Rodrigo, H.E.R., and Bruno Mars dominating their categories, GRAMMY nominee Saweetie dominated the red carpet. The Filipino-American femcee served two looks during the event.

While Olivia Rodrigo may have taken home three GRAMMYs and shut down the award show with her performance, she had two viral moments from the night that set social media ablaze. First, her moment with BTS member V as part of the supergroup's intro to their standing ovation performance. Additionally, the teen pop sensation drew inspiration from Adele and Taylor Swift by dropping and breaking one of her Grammys on the red carpet.

The trio of Filipino talents also performed at the award ceremony. Bruno Mars opened the show with Anderson .Paak as Silk Sonic, lighting up the stage and setting the energy for the night.

Olivia took to the stage and brought in all the emotions to perform her hit "Drivers License."

Lastly, H.E.R. gave us an electrifying and epic performance taking the stage alongside the legendary Lenny Kravitz and Travis Barker.

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Also in attendance, straight off their Pre-Awards, MYX Tape performance at the 24 Oxford at the Virgin Hotel in Las Vegas, the Friday before the ceremony, were Ruby Ibarra and Kiana V.

The duo shared details of their outfits for the evening, which included custom outfits made by all Filipino designers:

Visual Artist, Keavan Yazdani also represented at the ceremony and was nominated for two awards for his work on Justin Bieber's mega-hit "Peaches."

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Elle King also showed out and matched the red carpet in her monochromatic look. She was nominated alongside Miranda Lambert for “Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home)” in the Best Country Duo/Group Performance category.

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We’re proud of all of the Filipino representation at the GRAMMYs this year and what this means for the past Filipino acts who paved the way, the current Filipino acts in entertainment, and most importantly the future Filipino artists who will be inspired by this night at home. Check out the full list of winners at the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards below.

Record of the Year

Album of the Year

Song of the Year

Best New Artist

Best Pop Solo Performance

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

Best Pop Vocal Album

Best Dance/Electronic Recording

Best Dance/Electronic Music Album

Best Contemporary Instrumental Album

Best Rock Performance

Best Rock Song

Best Metal Performance

Best Rock Album

Best Alternative Music Album

Best R&B Performance

Best R&B Song

Best R&B Album

Best Rap Performance

Best Rap Song

Best Rap Album

Best Melodic Rap Performance

Best Country Album

Best Country Solo Performance

Best Country Duo/Group Performance

Best Country Song

Best Progressive R&B Album

Best Traditional R&B Performance

Best New Age Album

Best Improvised Jazz Solo

Best Jazz Vocal Album

Best Jazz Instrumental Album

Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album

Best Latin Jazz Album

Best Gospel Performance/Song

Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song

Best Gospel Album

Best Contemporary Christian Music Album

Best Roots Gospel Album

Best Latin Pop Album

Best Música Urbana Album

Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album

Best Regional Mexican Music Album (Including Tejano)

Best Tropical Latin Album

Best American Roots Performance

Best American Roots Song

Best Americana Album

Best Bluegrass Album

Best Traditional Blues Album

Best Contemporary Blues Album

Best Folk Album

Best Regional Roots Music Album

Best Reggae Album

Best Global Music Album

Best Global Music Performance

Best Children's Album

Best Spoken Word Album

Best Comedy Album

Best Musical Theater Album

Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media

Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media

Best Song Written for Visual Media

Best Instrumental Composition

Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella

Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals

Best Recording Package

Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package

Best Album Notes

Best Historical Album

Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical

Producer of the Year, Non-Classical

Best Remixed Recording

Best Immersive Audio Album

Best Engineered Album, Classical

Producer of the Year, Classical

Best Orchestral Performance

Best Opera Recording

Best Choral Performance

Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance

Best Classical Instrumental Solo

Best Classical Solo Vocal Album

Best Classical Compendium

Best Contemporary Classical Composition

Best Music Video

Best Music Film

As Women's History Month officially kicks off, Billboard helps set the tone by recognizing some of the most influential and hardworking Women in the music industry. Oliva RodrigoSaweetie, and H.E.R. were all recognized at the event, and some shared their special moments with their Mothers.

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Saweetie was honored with the "Game Changer" award during the ceremony. Her beautiful and proud mother, Trinidad Valentin helped share this special moment with Saweetie by presenting her with the award. Saweetie also took to the Red Carpet and talked to Billboard's Chelsea Briggs about her highly anticipated debut album coming out this Summer and the documentary being shot around it.

H.E.R. took to the stage to perform "Fate" and received the American Express Impact Award. She honored her mother during her acceptance speech, whose impact helped her become the woman she is today. H.E.R. expressed that by her mother giving her a voice while she was growing up, she can now use that voice to help impact others.

Olivia Rodrigo performed her massive hit "Deja Vu" and was honored with the "Woman of the Year" award. Sheryl Crow presented Olivia with her award, and during her speech, Olivia made sure to give some inspiring words to all the young women who aspire to work in the industry. She also spoke with Extra TV on the carpet about how she was feeling that evening and what her favorite moment of the year has been so far.

H.E.R. is going on tour this year around the U.S. for the Back of My Mind Tour. The 19-date stop starts in April and ends in June. She's taking Marzz with her on the road and adding special guests throughout the tour. Tickets go on-sale Friday, February 25th at 10am local time so make sure you grab them before it's sold out!

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H.E.R. just collaborated with Saweetie on the track, "Closer" which has been looping around the radio waves. If you haven't checked it out yet, see the Bay Area Filipinas travel around the world in the music video from the Philippines, Tokyo, and Paris.

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This week's MYX News Hot List, new episodes weekly at www.myx.global/myxnews.

1. MYX MUSIC: Saweetie, H.E.R Get "Closer" - Icy girl Saweetie and H.E.R are taking on new roles as flight attendants in their latest collaboration "Closer". The two took their fans to Paris, Tokyo, and the Philippines!

2. MYX MUSIC: New Originals - Zack Tabudlo and Moira Dela Torre are coming together for the first time for a new song, "Iba". The song focuses on what happens when someone falls out of love while the other has left to cope. Jeremy G takes listeners through the stages of love in his first-ever 5-track EP, "Maybe Forever".

3. MYX MUSIC: Kiana V Crosses Over - Kiana V is back with a groovy hit, "Heartbeat on Me". The music video is set to be released next week with her brother Gab Valenciano as the director.

4. MYX MUSIC: Olivia, Silk Sonic Take Brit Awards - Olivia Rodrigo took home the Best International Song award, and Silk Sonic won for Best International Group at the Brit Awards, the highest-profile music awards ceremony in the UK.

5. MYX ENTERTAINMENT: Fredric Aspiras Scores An Oscar Nom - Lady Gaga's long-time hairstylist Fredric Aspiras worked on "House of Gucci". The pair started working together 13 years ago and since then, he's been with the Pop icon from Photoshoots and covers, to music videos and events!

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