Though Lola Brooke is relatively new in the hip-hop industry, but the rapper has proved she’s here to stay. She’s released several hits, including “Don’t Play With It,” “So Disrespectful” and “Just Relax,” and now, the New York native has released her newest single, “You,” featuring Bryson Tiller.
The nearly three-minute track samples rapper Foxxy Brown’s ’90s hit “Get Me Home” with R&B group Blackstreet, Fresh! Hip-Hop R&B reported. Brooke’s hard-hitting voice and Tiller’s sultry vocals have produced the perfect anthem, just in time for the fall.
“Tonight, tonight, tonight, oh yeah, uh/ Tiller, woah and Young Lola, controlla/ Come closer, mad pretty/ Make me lose composure/ Won’t you come over/ Last lap in the city, know I’m not sober, true/ You know I see you come over (You know I see you over there, there, there?)Uh-uh, uh-uh,” Tiller sings at the beginning of the song.
The 29-year-old’s verses show off her Brooklyn roots and what she’s looking for in a potential suitor.
“I’m a bada** Brooklyn brown skin b***h (Brown skin b***h)/ And I love a hood n***a with some toxic d**k (Ayy, you get me)/ Nothing but some socks, he from Bronx in it (Woah)/ Have me walking all crooked in my Crocs and s**t (Brrr)/ B***h, I go Taraji for my baby boo (For my baby boo),” Brooke raps on the song.
The rapper also released the video for “You,” providing visuals with ’90s vibes.
In March, Blavity reported that Brooke released the song and visuals for the “Don’t Play With It” remix featuring rappers Yung Miami and Latto. The artists filmed the video in New York and it quickly circulated on social media.