“Pretty ass bitch, but I can catch a body,” rhymes Molly Brazy on “They On Molly,” effortlessly summarizing her appeal in one chorus line. Bringing a dose of summer to the long Detroit winter, Molly heads to South Beach for the “They On Molly” music video. Rocking a frilly and translucent outfit and mobbing among the sand dunes, Molly explores the contrast of the city’s sunny days and neon-lit nights in the WorldStarHipHop-premiered clip, abruptly changing her surroundings from beaches and palm trees to nightclubs and sports cars. Produced by Go Grizzly and Pooh Beatz, “They On Molly” is a sun-drenched standout from Big Brazy, Molly’s 2017 project. The new clip is the ninth video from the breakthrough mixtape, following highlights such as the HYPEBEAST-premiered “Draco,” the Complex-premiered clip for the “Naan” Remix, which features an appearance from Trina, and the sleeper hit “Trust None,” which earned over 6.3 million views on YouTube.
Gaining traction on the national scene with her preternatural rapping ability, Molly Brazy’s growing fanbase and increasingly recognized talent helped her become an XXL Freshman Nominee for 2018. Only 18-years-old but already with a loyal legion of fans, Molly Brazy gained notoriety by uploading freestyle videos to Instagram, ballooning her presence to over 941,000 followers. With an additional 265k likes on Facebook, 74k followers on Twitter, and 40k likes on SoundCloud, Molly Brazy is renowned in the streets and on social media for her rapping prowess. In her short career, Molly Brazy has already collaborated with some of the most significant figures in Detroit rap, including BandGang, RJ Lamont, Rocaine, Big Qui$, and many others. Molly Brazy and Big Brazy will continue to bring heat to the long Detroit winter.