Following a string of releases, Lola Brooke returns with her debut album, “Dennis Daughter.”
Supported by the singles “You,” “Pit Stop,” and the remix of “Don’t Play With It,” Lola collaborates with a star-studded lineup including Coi Leray, French Montana, Bryson Tiller, and more across the 12-track project. In tandem with the album’s release, Lola Brooke dropped the official video to the Coi Leray-assisted track, “Don’t Get Me Started,” also featuring Nija. The visual for Jersey Club-inspired track was co-directed by the Ben Marc and Starr Mazi.
In a recent appearance on The Breakfast Club, Lola Brooke delved into the inspiration behind the album, sharing that the LP is a heartfelt tribute to her late father.
“I’m an only child raised by a single parent, my mom. But I used to hang out with my father here and there,” Brooke revealed. “He would pick me up from school and everybody would always say, ‘Little D!’ They would call me Little D when they’d see me with my father, or Dennis Daughter, or whatever fits. They would just always add him into my nickname.”
Reflecting on these cherished memories, she expressed, “I loved it so much. So now, I get to relive it because my father is deceased now. So, I can’t get those moments back, but I’m creating new moments… I feel like he’s still around.”