Eclectic band Little Jackie will join reality TV star New York as she traipses around Hollywood for her new VH1 show, "New York Goes To Hollywood."

The show will follow New York, who made a name for herself on "Flavor of Love" and "I Love New York," as she attempts to begin an acting career. "New York Goes to Hollywood" premieres tonight (August 4) at 10 P.M.

Little Jackie's track "The World Should Revolve Around Me" will serve as the show's opening music and is the result of VH1's newly formed creative music integration team, which began several months ago and is run by Stilson and VH1's executive VP of talent and music programming, Rick Krim. The music placement service was previously outsourced.

"One of the advantages to placing our own music is that we receive more advanced notice of new artists," says Jennifer Stilson, VH1's senior director of creative music integration.

"The World Should Revolve Around Me" is the fourth song placement by VH1's team. The first three placements were Justin Nazoka's "After Tonight," Charlotte Sometimes' "How I Could Just Kill A Man" and The Ting Tings' "Great DJ," which appeared "Scott Baio is 46 & Preganant," "The Bachelor" and "The Best Day Ever," respectively.

Also premiering tonight is "Luke's Parental Advisory" which follows former 2 Live Crew founding member Luke Campbell as he navigates married life. Campbell, 47, married his bride, Kristen, 27, last month and plans to show fans how he reconciles his salacious musical legacy with raising a family on the show. "Luke's Parental Advisory premieres at 10:30 P.M.

"I thought it was about time for people to see a different side of Luke and how do I deal with my kids," says the rapper.

2 Live Crew was banned in Florida's Broward County for the raunchy lyrics of their 1989 LP, "As Nasty As They Wanna Be." The group fought the ban and won a favorable decision in the U.S. Supreme Court in 1992.

Campbell says he's also re-launched Luke records, which began in 1990 and released albums from 2 Live Crew, Poison Clan and H-Town. Campbell plans to debut newly signed artist Blaze with the song, "Rodeo," which was recorded for the show.