Lola Brooke Shares Her New Video Single
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 platorms. In just the past month, the speaker-knocking single has amassed 4+ million streams on the 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.