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Friday, July 26, 2013

Saturday To-Do: Chanel West Coast

Posted By on Fri, Jul 26, 2013 at 8:08 AM

Chanel West Coast performs at Discovery Saturday night pic
  • Chanel West Coast performs at Discovery Saturday night.

CHANEL WEST COAST
9 p.m.-5 a.m. Discovery Nightclub. $10-$15.

There is no pretense whatsoever in the music of Chanel West Coast (born Chelsea Chanel Dudley in the year 1988). The actress and aspiring rapper is certainly not aiming for the cerebral or political or artistically challenging. She pretty much laid out her priorities on her single "I Love Money," which is a song about how much she loves money. The video finds the young blonde woman and her friends riding around in a Maybach and smoking blunts, hanging out in a hotel room and throwing cash around, laying down tracks in the studio and cavorting with Snoop and A$AP Rocky.

Coast recently signed with Lil Wayne's Young Money label. She described the signing thusly on Billboard.com: "I went to Miami, played him my music, and I just remember him after my one song ... I played him a track and he sat back and said, 'Man that shit was stupid.' I was like, 'Yo. Wayne thought that shit was stupid.' As soon as he said that, I knew I was in."

If you just read all of that and were like, "Huh? What the hell is this all about?" — relax. You're not having a stroke or anything. You're just old and out of touch (which, thank God!). However, if you read that and were like, "Hellz to the yeah, get that Weezy money girl!" then you will probably want to grab your good friend Molly and head out to Discovery Saturday for a night of glitter-encrusted debauchery, which also includes Muck Sticky, Taylor Thrash and Dylan Dugger.

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