Girls run the world, and the 16-year-old Brooklyn Queen has taken her seat at the throne. The young Detroit BMB Records artist made her debut in 2017 with the viral dance-friendly song “Keke Taught Me”, followed by “Beat The Baby”, “Emojis” and many other singles that catapulted the starlet into superstardom. The teen dream’s snappy Midwest delivery and no-nonsense lyrics are a stark contrast to her sweet “girl next door” appearance. Brooklyn Queen’s latest single ‘Poke It Up’, produced by PopLord and Jupyter is about girls who just want to have fun, complete with a social media #pokeitoutchallenge that invites listeners to get up and dance.
Brooklyn continues to show she inarguably has what it takes to push Michigan to the forefront of rap music. In a world where female rappers are finally receiving the respect and accolades deserved, Brooklyn aspires to continue progressing as a young artist and segueing into television and film as an actress. She continues to inspire and motivate young women to be free, unapologetic, and have fun.
The wildly popular teen influencer continues to make her mark on the world, boasting over four million TikTok followers, 1.5 million Instagram followers, and over 1.2 million subscribers on YouTube. Her loyal following, “The Queendom” continues to support the young starlet as she climbs the music charts and displays her artistic message to the world.