Renaissance in Female Rap – S3nsi Molly + Lil Brook


Why you should know S3nsi Molly and Lil Brook?

Best friends and Texas natives S3nsi Molly (pronounced Sin-see) & Lil Brook are creating some of the most vibrant music coming out of Texas. S3nsi, 19 and Lil Brook,18,  have been rapping for a total of 3 years between them. S3nsi and Brook are solo artists, but they have palatable chemistry as evidenced by their breakout viral hit, 223 and their joint project Dumbshit volume 1.  It’s all out pugilism on the beat when Lil Brook and S3nsi Molly jump on a song together.

S3nsi Molly sounds like she’s channeling HoodRich Pablo Juan and Valee with her raspy, whisper-like delivery. Lil Brook’s voice is sharp, confident, and jovial. The juxtaposition of their sounds makes for an ideal pairing,  ‘a la Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug on Rich Gang The Tour. Majority of S3ni’s and Brook’s bars are comprised of gun talk and blunt smoke. The latter is absolutely factual. Brook and S3nsi are repping for female stoners. The former is hyperbole, but don’t think it’s sweet. Brook was caught in a fight, stabbed during the altercation and kept fighting. S3nsi was on probation for possession of Xanax with intent to distribute. While on probation, S3nsi was inspired to pursue a career as a rapper. S3nsi Molly released a total of four solo projects in 2018. S3nsi progresses with each drop. Lil Brook began rapping on a whim and at the encouragement of S3nsi. She was in the studio with S3nsi and was asked to get on a song. Brook had a natural talent, she and S3nsi have been working collaboratively ever since. Lil Brook has yet to put out a solo project but that will change this year. Lil Brook and S3nsi Molly are rumored to have recently signed with Def Jam, we should see releases from both artists in 2019.