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THE B-SIDE
WE'VE GOT RIPLAY ON REPLAY
5/4/17

Promoting self-love and acceptance, along with embracing individuality, Riplay is debuting on the music scene with an impressive online following. Their two singles already have a combined 4.8m views on Facebook and 600k+ views on Youtube.

Ranging in age from 15-17, sisters Marshaye Hebron (aka "Shay") and A'laiza Hebron aka ("Lay"), with their friend Kiya Hawthorne (aka "Ki"), have already signed with The Phantom Boyz, after making waves and gaining much recognition for their block party tours in their hometown of Baltimore. These girls have got hip-hop's charisma and R&B's soul, and are rumored to have a new single in the works. 'Til then, you can get your fix with "Hate Me" and "Strange" (below).