Lola Brooke has set the standard to solidify her status as artist to watch for 2022 with every music release thus far. Today, the Brooklyn-born rap artist, budding rap phenomenon, unveils her latest music offering, “Gator Season” [via Team Eighty]. Lola doubles down on her infectious prowess that spans an array of sub-genres within the world of Hip Hop on the Reefa Music [Lil Wayne, Rock Ross], Gyard-produced track. “Gator Season” is available on all music streaming platforms HERE.

The sizzling street record “Gator Season” finds the BK princess doing the things she likes to do—delivering hard-hitting hits packed with ferocity, fearlessness, and lyrical flare. The track was previewed last night via SoundCloud’s ‘The LookOut’ station via SiriusXM’s Hip Hop Nation as Lola appeared as a guest host for the night. The segment is set to re-air three more times throughout the weekend and on SoundCloud Radio, which can be found on the SiriusXM app.

As gator season commences, Lola shares, “every day I’m Lola Brooke other times I’m Big Gator! This track was created to stamp my bossy energy & bold territorial problems. I have every reason to show you why not to play with me, so I did. Every season is Gator Season, especially when it’s HOT. Let it be known that the fire will continue after Summer too.”

Earlier his month, Lola Brooke received her first acclaim from XXL after being named as one of ten ‘Top Drill Rappers To Listen To.’ Her single positioned in focus for the achievement, “Don’t Play With It” [2021] has increased with notoriety holding over half a million streams across music service platforms and weekly radio spins from New York-based stations Power 105.1, Hot 97, and more without a major-label backing. Lola’s first music release for the year, “On My Mind,” received recognition across coveted publications Hot New Hip Hop, Lyrical Lemonade, Sniffers Magazine, Earmilk, VIBE, and more, as praise for her versatility in switching up her musical style was cemented. The track also earned a highlight via UPROXX as ‘The Best New Hip Hop‘ week of release.

Next month, Lola will make her highly anticipated Rolling Loud NYC debut performance on September 23. For more information, visit:

About Lola Brooke

Packed into Brooklynite raptress Lola Brooke’s petite frame are all the makings of the music world’s next superstar: a boisterous personality, the versatility to carve her space in any creative medium; and above all the lyrical ability to hold her own against any competitor. As the Hip-Hop world finally begins to make space for female artists, Lola Brooke not only stands out in a sea of interchangeable newcomers; she also has the self-awareness to recognize that she is still discovering herself as a young woman, and the confidence to let that self-discovery play out in her music. The resulting relatability allows her to connect with a fan base that will continue to grow with her.

Discovering Hip-Hop in her early teens, Lola was instantly drawn to this new take on poetry, the artform that had allowed her to navigate the challenges of adolescent life. She quickly made a name for herself on New York’s unforgiving freestyle circuit, drawing the attention of producer Reefa Slater, who signed her to his newly formed Team 80 imprint in 2016.

Lola Brooke’s steady flow of releases and charismatic personality helped her to continue to grow her fanbase. The outcome with over a Million streams across 91 countries, on Spotify alone. As with several of her previous releases, her music has also caught the attention of the press, several of her music industry peers and even some of the OGs who have inspired Lola over the years: including Snoop Dog and Foxy Brown.

Lola has been hard at work and it is paying off with several videos in BET Jams rotation, appearances on Sirius XM’s Shade 45 Grindsetters, being ranked on Audiomack’s Artists To Watch, and being recognized on the coveted Spotify RapCaviar list and RapRadar.