Lola Brooke Talks Debut Studio Album and Future Goals on Sway In The Morning

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Rising rap sensation Lola Brooke recently stopped by Sway In The Morning to discuss her debut studio album, “Dennis Daughter,” which has just hit the airwaves. The album boasts an impressive roster of features, including Coi Leray, Latto, Bryson Tiller, and French Montana, among others.

The title of the album holds a deep, personal significance for Brooke. It’s a tribute to her late father, Dennis, a detail that adds a poignant layer to her fiery bars. “Dennis Daughter is more than just a title, it’s my identity, my tribute to my father who had a significant influence on my life and my music,” shared Brooke during the interview.

Discussing her future aspirations, Brooke is undeniably ambitious. When asked where she sees herself in a decade, she confidently stated her goal to be the top rapper and the face of NYC. “I want to embody the spirit and resilience of this city in my music. In 10 years, I see myself holding that mantle,” said Brooke.

Her debut album, her tribute to her father, and her bold future goals all underscore Brooke’s powerful narrative, one of a woman determined to conquer the world with her music. If “Dennis Daughter” is any indicator, the future of NYC’s rap scene is in capable hands.

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