Feminine emcees are on the rise, and Houston is generating a ton of them.

We’ve seen Megan Thee Stallion’s meteoric journey to the prime, alongside with KenTheMan, whose climb arrived only from her perform as an impartial artist, and a young Monaleo, who shot to the major with her smash hit “Beating Down Yo Block.”

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But less than the area of all the glitz and glamor are a myriad of Houston artists who have been punching the clock and placing the hard work in to make good tunes and place on for the metropolis. H-Town’s Lebra Jolie is a single of them.

In 2019, Jolie was recruited by the Houston legend himself, Mista Madd, along with emcees KenTheMan and OMB Massacre for a remix to the Houston anthem “Down South.” Jolie went on to release the keep track of “Initially Off” with her longtime collaborator KenTheMan. 


Now, the Houston emcee is back on the scene with her hottest keep track of, “Now What.”

What can make this monitor so particular? She was equipped to shoot the whole audio online video at her alma mater, Wheatley High Faculty in Houston Independent University District. 

The songs online video, which has managed to arrive at in excess of a million views and about 16,000 retweets on Twitter, turned a viral hit in a issue of several hours. 

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In the tweet she wrote, “So my aged superior faculty enable me shoot a online video inside of ….this is how it went.”

Generated by Vega Heartbreak, the monitor also provides a small bit of nostalgia — you can hear band instruments in the track record and Lebra Jolie flows effortlessly about how she’s still the best out correct now. 

In the course of the video clip, Jolie is observed traveling the hallways of her outdated large college spitting bars, reminding us how she has not fallen off nonetheless. 


Check out the complete online video under. 

https://www.youtube.com/look at?v=9x5j0zNc2S0