Brooklyn-Born Rap Phenom Lola Brooke Shares Anticipated Song and Video: Here I Come
Brooklyn M.V.P. Lola Brooke unleashes her highly anticipated track “Here I Come” [via Team Eighty Productions], along with a tenaciously tantalizing accompanying official music video.
The anthemic new song dominates with a chant-like hook warning audiences of Lola’s reign, a reign that’s only just getting started. The no-holds-barred track was first teased by Lola on social media, prompting hundreds of thousands of views and mentions for the anticipated song.
The Reefa Music-produced “Here I Come” serves as a fresh re-introduction for the lyrical assassin as she continues to make her mark as the “Next Face of New York.” The Density & StarMazzi-directed official music video magnifies the lyrical prowess and irresistible charisma of the self-proclaimed 718 princess.
“Here I Come” arrives on the heels of Lola’s hit “Don’t Play With It,” which continues to rise to the forefront and gain traction across platforms. In just the past month, the speaker-knocking single has amassed 4+ million streams on static audio on YouTube. Elsewhere, the track garnered over 300+ thousand TikTok video creations, peaked at #9 on TikTok’s Trending Songs chart, and has garnered 100+ million views on the platform. The official music video has amassed over 2 million views on YouTube. Don’t Play With It” has recently earned placements on coveted playlists across major platforms, including Apple Music’s “New in Hip-Hop,” “High Maintenance,” “BASE:LINE” and Spotify’s “Most Necessary” “Feelin’ Myself,” “State Of Mind,” and “Pressure.”
2022 stands as Lola Brooke’s biggest year to date, cementing her footing as a renowned artist to watch for 2023. Lola delivered a momentous performance at Rolling Loud New York 2022 and was recently announced as a main stage act for 2023’s SXSW Music Festival. Rapidly on the rise, acclaim for Lola Brooke has been abundant from industry tastemakers, fans, and esteemed outlets, including XXL, Consequence of Sound, Essence Magazine, Lyrical Lemonade, Vibe Magazine, HypeBae, UPROXX, Hot New Hip Hop, Notion Magazine, Revolt, Earmilk, Sniffers Magazine, Def Pen and more.