Mon Dec 17 2012

8:00 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

Highline Ballroom

431 W. 16th Street New York, NY 10011

$33.00

All Ages

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MTV Presents
Rita Ora
Iggy Azalea, Havana Brown

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  • Rita Ora

    Rita Ora

    R&B

    If there is a sense when Rita Ora walks into a room that a star has already been ordained from above then nobody appears to have told the young Londoner and future pop princess herself. She has not an air or a grace about her. She greets the bar staff dotted in the hostelries of her neighborhood like old friends, mostly because they are. She bumps knuckles with the coat check chicks and management with the same egalitarian smile. Friends stop by for a brief ‘Hi’. Strangers look on with a discernible, barely contained ‘wow’. There is no mistaking the fact that Saturday night in Notting Hill is brightened by a touch of Rita’s special aura. She might not have been born this way, but she was recognizably named it.

    Buzz acts come and go, but the pertinent feeling amongst those that have heard the results of her knockout first round in the recording studio as a bona fide solo star, accompanied by a blue chip roster of production hands, is that the effect Rita Ora has locally is about to translate to the upper terrains of the global pop market. A composite of street-smarts of the metropolitan life she was schooled in and pure, urgent, otherworldly star quality, she makes for a brilliantly contradictory mix.

    Rita is one of the few British female singers that has emerged singing the opening bars of her career ready for world star status. So why is she so palpably shy of celebrating herself? "Because, you know what? I might seem confident about all this. It might be all I’ve ever wanted. It might even be all I’m ever any good at. But I am still really, really nervous about it all."

    It’s time for Rita Ora to dive in headfirst and see how her unique talent plays out. With support slots on the DJ Fresh and Coldplay tours this year she’s ready. ‘I am so nervous,’ she repeats. ‘Now is when I’m put to the test. I don’t even know what to expect. I have to dive in. I’ve just got to do it.’

  • Iggy Azalea

    Iggy Azalea

    Urban

    Iggy Azalea was born in Mullumbimby, New South Wales, Australia and moved to Miami, Florida, USA right before she turned 16 years old to pursue her music career. She told her parents she was going “on a holiday” with a friend but eventually decided to stay and told them she was not coming back home shortly after. Her father was a comic artist andpainter and her mother cleaned holiday houses and hotels. Azalea says her father “made her look at [art] as a teenager” which has always influenced her life and work. “I was drawn to America because I felt like an outsider in my own country, I was in love with hip-hop, and America is the birthplace of that, so I figured the closer I was to the music, the happier I’d be. I was right.”

    She started rapping at the age of 14 but was obsessed with rap from age 11 when she heard “Baby Don’t Cry”. In 2011, Iggy Azalea started uploading several freestyle videos that went viral on YouTube. In early September, Perez Hilton discovered and posted her first music video “Pu$$y”.  Her new EP  entitiled GLORY is available as a free download at her website.

  • Havana Brown

    Havana Brown

    Dance

    Since firmly establishing herself as a force to be reckoned with in the Australian and international DJ world, Havana Brown’s hustle hasn’t slowed for a minute and the results are in!

    As the only female DJ to sign a major label recording deal in Australia, Havana has delivered on Universal Music’s expectations with multiple releases of her Crave compilation series all charting and spurning successful national and international club tours. Crave Vol. 5 has exceeded GOLD sales and now DJ Havana Brown joins the exclusive fraternity of Australian DJs to have established residency demands internationally – at Las Vegas’ hottest new club, none-the-less!

    DJ Havana Brown has firmly cemented herself as one of the most successful Australian DJ exports of the decade. Her impressive resume also lists support act for Lady Gaga, The Pussycat Dolls and Rihanna, and a score of exclusive VIP parties and concerts. From the official Grammy's After Party in LA alongside WILL.I.AM to Paris Hilton’s New Years Eve Party and a performance at the Singaporean F1 Rocks with the likes of Beyonce and the Black Eyed Peas, DJ Havana Brown certainly lives up to her title of Australia’s No.1 female DJ.

    Big things are expected from the talented DJ this year – and after accomplishing all of this after only five years behind the decks, there’s no doubt more exciting things in the works for this rising star!

MTV Presents

Rita Ora
Iggy Azalea, Havana Brown

Mon Dec 17 2012 8:00 PM

(Doors 6:00 PM)

Highline Ballroom New York NY
Rita Ora, Iggy Azalea, Havana Brown
  • Sorry, there are currently no tickets available through TicketWeb.

$33.00 All Ages

All tickets for Oct 30th show will be honored.

Special offer for American Express® Cardmembers to select Highline Ballroom events. Get your ticket before the general public!