With the world still beaming from the collaboration of J-Hope and Becky G and their new song Chicken Noodle Soup, a remake of Bianca Bonnie’s take-off hit single of the same name, Bianca was thrust into the main stage once again. From being a trending topic on Twitter and Billboard to her now releasing her own collaboration that stretches the globe. The song ”Hookah Hunnies” is set to be released by Para Music Group and it features Bianca Bonnie from Harlem New York, Klava Koka, an international pop star from Yekaterinburg Russia, and up incoming hip hop artist Brooke Lynne from East Flatbush, Brooklyn, NY. With a vibrant sound in production and catchy hook, this song is sure to make you move as the ladies bring their own unique styles to this track.
Bianca Bonnie (formerly Young B), is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and television personality. She first gained recognition after being featured on Webstar’s debut album Caught in the Web (2006). The lead single “Chicken Noodle Soup” peaked at number 45 on the Billboard Hot 100 and became Bianca’s signature song. DJ Enuff released her hit song “Chicken Noodles Soup”. The dance moves in the song were so unique that Ophrah Winfrey and Chris Brown tried to copy the dance moves. She won a Sprite Award for the song. She started tours to promote the song and her album. Before long, she became known to politicians like Ed Towns, who was a congressman. He invited her to perform at a Children’s Awareness Day. She released two projects “The 9th Year” and “10 Plus” which was released through Para Music Group.
Klava Koka is a popular artist from Russia and her music videos reached 84.4M total views on YouTube. Klava appeared on the musical TV project “Factor A” and entered the top six of the category of young performers. In 2015 her first studio album “Cousteau” is released with songs in the style of country-pop. After this debut, she became the winner of the casting “Young Blood”. In 2016-2017, the singer released many singles, some of which were clips: “Goosebumps”, “Where are you?”, “Forgive”, “Hush”, “Do not let go”, “I’m tired” and “May”
Brooke Lynne has performed at The Disney Music Center, Santa Monica College as well as competing in the New York State School Music Association. She has also performed in countless New York events, ranging from Hip Hop Showcases to Television Performances to New York Fashion Week, she has opened up for the Ruff Ryders at Westchester County Center (Yonkers, NY), Gucci Mane at the Wellmont Theater (Montclair, NJ) and the Dome at Oakdale (Wallingford, CT). She’s performed in several Miami based events and has also lit up the stages of the SXSW music festivals. It’s even possible for her to be seen on MTV’s “Parental Control” and “The Following” starring Kevin Bacon
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