Mollie Jay Drops, “Even if you Scream”
Mollie Jay is a singer and rapper hailing from PG county Maryland right outside of DC. She has a soulful voice and a knack for spitting lyrical rhymes. Her single, ‘Shine,’ landed at #21 on the Billboard Dance charts in 2017. Mollie has done a lot of pop and EDM, but she is returning to her roots of Neo-soul and Hip Hop. She released her debut EP ‘(K)now Better’ in June 2020. She is now in Los Angeles working her way to becoming a household name. Her biggest influences are Justin Timberlake, Eminem, and Lauryn Hill and Toni Braxton.
Her newest track is called, “Even if you Scream” and it has an amazing combination of vocals and production. The lyricism really draws you into the song (as you can see in the lyric video), and makes you connect with the song. The hook rings, “It’s like the roll of the thunder, or the oceans roar, but I just can’t hear what you say anymore,” and we can’t get it out of head; This song is marvelous! Check it out below.
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