Back in September, Lola Brooke teamed up with Bryson Tiller for a new single titled “You,” which was produced by LilJuMadeDaBeat and The Rascals’ Khris Riddick-Tynes. The track, which borrows from Foxy Brown and Blackstreet’s ’90s hit “Get Me Home,” saw the rising star expressing her feelings about love and relationships while keeping the same hard-boiled demeanor that she’s known for.
“I’m a bad**s Brooklyn brown skin b**ch, and I love a hood n**ga with some toxic d**k, nothing but some socks, beef and brocs in it, have me walking all crooked in my Crocs and s**t, b**ch, I go Taraji for my baby boy, ride it like a Kawasaki, that’s his favorite toy, I’ma swipe his EBT like a AmEx, give it to him raw, no drawers, no latex, yeah, I got him butt naked for me waitin’ at home…”
“You” came with a matching video that was directed by Samuel McKnight. Both Brooke and Tiller exhibited amazing chemistry as they performed and caught vibes at different locations throughout a massive residence.
On Monday (Oct. 2), Brooke took to Instagram to share her appreciation to fans after said clip managed to cross the million-view mark on YouTube in a week. In the post, viewers can watch a medley of responses from fans on social media platforms, including a slew of supportive tweets and TikToks of people living life with “You” as their soundtrack.
Since 2018, Brooke has been on a tear via viral singles like “Not The Same,” “Cash Out,” and “Options.” In 2021, she struck gold with “Don’t Play With It,” an aggressive cut that featured Billy B and later spawned a remix with Latto and Yung Miami. That track eventually landed on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned the 2023 XXL Freshman a gold certification.
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