Within the last year and change, New York veterans have garnered much of the media attention within the city and beyond. Rightfully, so. Jim Jones has been on a tear with with his recent Gangsta Grillz tape and collaboration with the Migos. Not to mention, he’s planning to open up his own gym in New Jersey. Elsewhere, Jadakiss is continuing to make noise after stealing the show at Madison Square Garden. Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson is also expanding his portfolio with new television theme songs, original series and much more. With all of that said, there’s a new generation coming up in the nation’s most populate city that can’t be ignored.
Over the last year or two, New York has continue to usher in new artists and collectives. Capella Grey is making hits like “Gyalis” and working with Russ. Sheff G and Sleepy Hallow locked in deals with RCA Records. Even in his passing, Pop Smoke made noise last year with the release of Boogie and his second posthumous album, Faith. Right alongside those talented artists, Lola Brooke has brought her own style to the city’s music scene. In 2021, she delivered “Don’t Play With It” featuring Billy B. This year, she’s coming with something new.
“Blocked numbers call, but I don’t answer those. When it comes to b*tches, I don’t sample those. I’m a walking star. An example, h*e. I’m the baddest in your favorite’s camera roll,” she raps.
Produced by Dizzy Banks, Lowso Beatz and Javan Wallace, “2022 Flow” is a reminder that Lola Brooke is coming with the same determined, aggressive energy that has made her who she is today. A distinct voice coupled with her clever wordplay will make Lola Brooke a star sooner rather than later. If you don’t believe me, check out her latest video below.