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NYE 2010: Rye Rye at the Delano

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Rye Rye ready to come back with a bang.
​All the best things in life are free. So wouldn't it be nice if there were a free New Year's Eve event to go to? Wait, there is! Thanks to Giant Step -- the same people who brought Kid Sister to the Delano for Art Basel -- Baltimore's Rye Rye will be performing live poolside at the Delano for free.

Rye Rye last Miami appearance in July was canceled after she came down with a case of the pregnancies. But she gave birth to a baby girl back in September, so she's ready to get back into the game and promote her upcoming debut to be released via M.I.A.'s imprint N.E.E.T. and Interscope.

To see the pint-size MC's comeback, all you have to do is RSVP to at giantstep.net/events/1212. You're welcome.

After the jump, the video for Rye Rye's single "Bang," which was filmed shortly before she announced she was preggers.



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