Young rapper DYLI dropped her doughty single “Pretty Brown Hair” last month. The song accentuates the Hip Hop artist’s sassy and fierce energy, along with her technical versatility and prowess.

The song emanates DYLI’s irresistible aura and personality with its hardcore flow and clear-cut lyrics, “When I step out I be lit/ He was trippin, told him hold on to my wrist/ If I were to help out everybody they’d be pissed/ That’s why I just focus on the money/ Pay your rent/ He said “Can I take a pic?”/ Are you for real?/ You seen it all when we’re lookin in the mirror/ Yeah, she fine but it ain’t no need to stare/ Put that phone down, touch my pretty brown hair/ touch my pretty brown hair.”

The 19-year-old artist recently revealed in an interview that she’s constantly trying to improve herself by learning new skills, “I 100% believe in learning, and perfecting skills. I feel that I always had the creative niche, but I definitely had to learn how to progress and channel it. From vocal lessons, to working with other writers to better my craft, I’m still learning to this day. I had a hard time accepting that in the beginning, but over the years I’ve learned that you can always be better and achieve more. Now I love working and learning from others. I want to be able to do it all.”

Although there’s nothing concrete planned at the moment, DYLI teases that there may be a music video for “Pretty Brown Hair” in the future. The singer-songwriter would also love to collaborate with artists like Summer Walker, Lil Baby, and Trippie Redd. “There are plenty of people I’d love to work with, Summer Walker being one of them, as well as Lil Baby (lyrical genius by the way) and Trippie Redd since he is one of my favorite artists.”

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