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Who is Molly Brazy?

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Molly Brazy

In today’s current hip hop media landscape, it’s common to see female rappers that fall into one of three categories. The first group consists of those rappers who focus on their sexuality as a means of artistic expression. The second group is made up of those who relate to their listeners by explaining similar life experiences. The last group recognizes the power in telling a story of violence, using it to instill bravado in fans and fear in the face of detractors. Molly Brazy, a young rapper out of Detroit who is rapidly gaining a buzz at the national level, is the product of the three groups participating in a menage a trois. She uses every element of storytelling to tell us of her important message: don’t fuck with her.

Seriously.

At only 18 years old, she shows a knack for rapping that some who are twice her age still lack. She’s proven her talent at freestyling, something that some of the biggest artists in the game right now refuse to do. Her gruesome content belies her innocent, beautiful appearance; she is a modern day femme fatale. Guys, if you think you can out-rap her, don’t try. She’ll lead you to your doom.

Bio

Molly was born on February 22, 1999, in Detroit, Michigan. She had a rough upbringing, later talking about how much she hated school. During her junior year, she was kicked out of school for fighting. She eventually began to upload videos of herself freestyling on Instagram. This would lead to her introduction to 4SHO Magazine, where with the help of Joseph McFashion, her buzz has begun to skyrocket.

Things You May Not Have Known About Her:

  • Her favorite weapon is the Century DRACO AK PISTOL 7.62X39.
  • She has a gold chain with the letter “B” embossed on the charm, a crown rests atop its head.
  • She has 660,000 followers on Instagram.
  • She’s worked with Cuban Doll and Rocaine.
  • She has braces.
  • In an interview with DJ Smallz, she says that her rap name came from “the hood.”
  • She was almost shot by fellow labelmate 9000 Rondae on mistake while she slept in the studio.

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Talking Tweets: @_EastsidePeezy’s Realist Gems Since 2018 Started

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Besides being one of Detroit’s hottest rappers, Eastside Peezy may be the city’s most prolific tweeter. He’s one of the funniest rappers using the social media platform, but he also drops real knowledge that helps people get by in everyday life. There’s some truth in what he says if you can get past the comedic facade that makes most of what he says come off as jokes.

For this edition of our new segment Talking Tweets, we’re going to look at some real spill that he’s given out since the year started. Be prepared for some advice and information that may reshape your existence.

 

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Spotlight: Young Roc’s “Gone Till November” still cranks

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In a land full of melodic rappers who know how to ride beats, Roc stands out at his sheer ability to excel at it. We previously covered his magnetic single “Upp,” remarking how refreshing the single was and how it shows a new side to Detroit’s rap scene. Another one of his tracks that we’ve been hung up on is “Gone Til November” which exhibits this same sense of melodic delight.

The production is silky smooth like Jodeci meets contemporary trap. Young Roc does his thing, as usual, finding a delicate balance between singing and rapping that’s hard for most rappers to do. Featured artist Nasaan holds his own against Roc’s melodies with his own, creating a track that’s been stuck in our heads for a while.

Check out Young Roc’s “Gone Till November” below.

https://open.spotify.com/album/2Bqq2lnnkgcPtkSiEGhURS

 

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Throwback Spotlight: Cash Kidd’s “On My Mama”

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Cash Kidd revealed in an interview with DJ Vlad that his video for “On My Mama” was the first visual that he ever shot. Despite that, he looked at home in it, rapping with confidence and gusto. Combining that with the song’s classic Detroit feel and how relatable it was, it would go on to accumulate more than 9 million views in over three years. That’s a feat that many videos don’t ever see.

4746 Global is the record label lucky enough to have Cash Kidd call home. He represents the true streets of Detroit, and his immensely likable personality only strengthen’s his appeal to the average person. “On My Mama” showcases this personality and swagger in such a way that the song became a hit almost instantaneously. It’s a beautiful record that grows more magnetic the more that you listen to it.

Check out “On My Mama” below.

 

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