November 10, 2023 — (New York, NY) – Brooklyn-born recording artist Lola Brooke has released her long-anticipated first project, Dennis Daughter, which arrives at all DSPs today, Friday, November 10 via Team Eighty Productions/ Artista Records and features Bryson Tiller, Coi Leray, French Montana, Latto, Nija and Yung Miami. In addition to today’s release of Dennis Daughter, Lola Brooke recently released the official music video to “Don’t Get Me Started” featuring Coi Leray and Nija, out now. The video – co-directed by Ben Marc and Starr Mazi intensifies the action-packed energy of the track as the trifecta pairing do the things they like to do for the Jersey Club-inspired hit. Get Dennis DaughterHERE. Watch the official music video to “Don’t Get Me Started” featuring Coi Leray and Nija HERE.
A blockbuster collection of songs she nurtured and perfected over the past year, Dennis Daughter highlights a culmination of life experiences relating to growth, pain, love, compassion, and earned success that has equipped the hip-hop phenomenon to embrace supreme self-confidence as she continues to make her mark as a superstar in hip-hop. Great hip-hop debuts are illuminated by a powerful statement and a mastery of musicality that connects the masses further to an artist and their story. With no limited in style and sound, Lola delivers a fearless soundtrack to life stemming from her origin story on Dennis Daughter. Entirely in control of her music and what she has been ready to express to the world, Lola double-downs on her warning to the masses as one not to be played with.
Heralded by releases, “You” featuring Bryson Tiller [5 + million views for official music video,] “Pit Stop” featuring French Montana, and “Don’t Play With It Remix” featuring Latto and Yung Miami [24 + million views for official music video,] Dennis Daughter also unlocks nine additional songs, including “Don’t Get Me Started” featuring Coi Leray and Nija and more. Deemed recently by Rolling Stone as one of the “Top 50 Innovators Shaping Rap’s Next 50 Years,” Lola delivers dynamite dimensionality throughout the project and sets the tone with a fiery introduction, “Intro (2023 Flow.)” Since 2017, Lola has released yearly freestyle flows for her fans and keeps the tradition at a high while cementing the understanding that she is not an overnight sensation. On “I AM LOLA” Lola speaks to the artist she is and is set to become with an alluring interpolation of Sarah Vaughan’s “Whatever Lola Wants.” With or without her breakout notoriety, Lola’s reign has always been destined. Earlier this year, Tirhakah Love from Vulture highlighted “Best Side” by stating, “another soon-to-drop banger [“Best Side”] kicks off with a sinister laugh and Brooke’s familiar deep whisper-growl before she bodies a wild, bass-heavy sample you have to hear to believe” referring to Lola’s flip of DMX’s “Stop Being Greedy.” The base-heavy “It’s Me Again” finds Lola flexing with ease a multitude of flows with punchlines that attest to her being a student of the Rap game. The second half of Dennis Daughter holds the evocative tracks “Vacant Heart” and “Dear Dennis.” On the latter of the two tracks, Lola crafts a vulnerable letter to her father, Dennis in music form as she honors him the Lola Brooke way. Dennis Daughter is a project for the people that speaks to the beauty of being perfectly imperfect. On “Shelter Baby (Be That Bitch),” the 2023 Amazon Music Breakthrough Artist spotlights this notion as she breathtakingly shares her story of adversity and flips it into a club-banger that further proves that whichever angle you catch her within this body of work, it is her “Best Side.” Within the DNA of her project and self, compassion exudes from Lola. Within the final minutes of Dennis Daughter, Lola unveils “God Bless All The Rappers,” where she center-stages her compassion not only for those she loves but also for her community in hip-hop as she speaks about the pressure of being a rapper, the ridicule and unfair treatment that rappers face and her overall respect for everyone that contributes to the art form.
1. Intro (2023 Flow) 2. I AM LOLA 3. Don’t Get Me Started featuring Coi Leray, Nija 4. Best Side 5. Pit Stop featuring French Montana 6. It’s Me Again 7. You featuring Bryson Tiller 8. Vacant Heart 9. Dear Dennis 10. Shelter Baby (Be That Bitch) 11. God Bless All The Rappers 12. Don’t Play With It featuring Latto, Yung Miami
Lola Brooke Press Photo – Photo Courtesy: Gabriel Eugene
WATCH THE “DON’T GET ME STARTED” MUSIC VIDEO BY LOLA BROOKE FEATURING COI LERAY AND NIJA –LINK–
WATCH THE “PIT STOP” MUSIC VIDEO BY LOLA BROOKE FEATURING FRENCH MONTANA –LINK–
WATCH THE “YOU” MUSIC VIDEO BY LOLA BROOKE FEATURING BRYSON TILLER –LINK–
WATCH THE “DON’T PLAY WITH IT” MUSIC VIDEO BY LOLA BROOKE –LINK—
WATCH THE “DON’T PLAY WITH IT REMIX” MUSIC VIDEO BY LOLA BROOKE FEATURING LATTO AND YUNG MIAMI -LINK-
ABOUT LOLA BROOKE
Few have been able to stay true to the roots that is Brooklyn, New York while also possessing the necessary charisma and talent to transcend its world-renowned identity. However, Lola Brooke has shown herself to be just that, while also making a stand-out case as one of the new heavyweights in a city that might just boast the best legacy in all of Hip-Hop. Though short in stature, her lyrical presence and personality cast a skyscraper-sized shadow over the game. With quotable lyrics and unforgettable bars, she delivers street-influenced songs with an unwavering confidence and an unpredictable cadence that evokes an essence reminiscent of the golden age of Hip Hop as she leans into the future of music with genre-busting fire.
Lola’s love for rap started at an early age. Inspired by artists such as Meek Mill, Lil Wayne, and Foxy Brown, she began writing music as early as eight years old. Lola dropped her first music video to a freestyle titled “2017 Flow” and instantly started to build a buzz in the city. She continued to release numerous songs, each one displaying her incredible rapping skills and starlike persona; but it was her song “Don’t Play With It” that really started to grab people’s attention. Soon after, she started to perform at events such as Rolling Loud NYC, Break The Internet Fest, and HOT97’s “Who’s Up Next” showcase as well as a halftime performance for her beloved hometown team the Brooklyn Nets. She closed out the 2022 year pulling up to Future’s sold-out show at Barclays Center in her hometown of Brooklyn, NY eliciting massive roars from the crowd as soon as she hit the stage. During the first half of 2023, Lola embarked on her first nationwide tour with A Boogie wit da Hoodie, signaling her rising super-stardom status felt outside the East Coast. Later that year, she embarked on her first international touring stint, taking center stage on festival stages at WOO HAH! X ROLLING LOUD Festival in Rotterdam, Rolling Loud Portugal, Rolling Loud Germany, Splash Festival in Germany, Wireless Festival in Finsbury Park, London, Openair Festival in Frauenfeld Switzerland, and brought the efforts back to the states with acclaimed performance at Hot 97 Summer Jam, Rolling Loud Miami and Broccoli Festival.
She continues to garner and mesmerize new fans every day with her dominant flow and powerful rhymes. With an attitude that embodies the unbridled energy that is Brooklyn, it’s no surprise that Lola continues to assert herself as New York’s next hometown hero. And with a growing body of work that has already tallied streams and views in the millions, the 4’9″ Lola Brooke may also be music’s NEXT BIG THING.