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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW: Hip-Hop Artists New Boyz’ Follow In Kanye West’s Fashion Footsteps

In just over a year, music duo the New Boyz have gone from being your average Los Angeles teens to hip-hop sensations.

Watch the video on RadarOnline.com

With their latest single, Break My Bank, quickly climbing the Billboard charts, and their merchandise flying off the shelf at Hot Topic, the Boyz are definitely on track for a life in the fast lane.

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Ben. J and Legacy took RadarOnline.com’s Jessica Campbell along for the ride,?as we joined them on a shopping trip to trendy boutique Moods of Norway, where they tried on fly fashions and dished on their ultimate
style icon.

Though both teens dress to impress and have been recognized for their funky and eccentric sense of fashion, each has their own, unique identity.

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“It is similar in a way,” admits Ben J., “but it’s like different ’cause he (Legacy) got more like the classy look and I got more of a hard core look.”

“I ain’t playing with this,” Ben J. exclaims when he sees a hoodie and a blazer, which he tries on.? “This is fly, right?”

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The Boyz draw inspiration from fellow hip-hop stars Kanye West and Will.i.am, by not allowing other people’s opinions to tarnish their taste.

“I’m about to start doing what I do,” Legacy explains about staying true to himself.? “And if nobody likes it, then oh well.”

Not only do the Boyz have a new album Too Cool To Care coming out this year, but they just wrapped filming a movie directed by Mario Van Peebles called Where Da Party At?, which follows in the footsteps of Kid ‘n Play’s 1990′s film “House Party”.

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