Molly Brazy Bio
Molly Brazy is an American rap artist. She is popularly known for her chartbuster tracks ‘More Facts’ and ‘Gang.’ She rose to prominence after she was featured on the ‘YouTube’ channel owned by the independent American magazine ‘4sho Magazine.’ All her music is available on this channel.
Molly Brazy Age
Molly was born on February 22, 1999, and is currently 20 years old as of 2019.
Molly Brazy Height|Weight
She is 5 feet and 2 inches tall and weighs about 126 pounds.
Molly Brazy Family|Early Life
She grew up in the ‘Joy Road’ section of Detroit. She has a brother. Molly lost her father at a tender age. Her father was shot multiple times, and this incident made her aggressive. This aggression reflected in the music she made. Both Molly and her brother were raised single-handedly by their mother. Molly always had a fascination for firearms. She hated going to school and would often skip classes. She was eventually asked to leave school. Molly briefly worked at a salon as a hairstylist.
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Molly Brazy Real Name
She was born as “Molly Brazo” in 1999 in Michigan, Detroit.
Molly Brazy Brother
Her brother’s identity has not been revealed yet by the female rapper but she stated that her brother is convicted and is still in prison.
Molly Brazy hand tattoo
Molly also has a soft corner for the work behind the needle. She is a massive tattoo freak. Her social media posts unveil how much she likes to cover up her body with ink. Back on 12 August 2018, Molly, through her Instagram, flaunted a beautiful tattoo inked on her left hand.
Molly Brazy Career
Molly had a difficult childhood and that reflects in her music. Despite her tough childhood, she developed a keen interest in music. She would often practice freestyle rap pieces in her living room and would record them. Molly later posted those videos on her social media channels. Her ‘Instagram’ videos played a major role in helping her collaborate with the ‘YouTube’ hip-hop channel of ‘4sho Magazine,’ an independent American magazine focusing on urban culture, music, fashion, and films. In 2016, the channel began featuring Molly’s new compositions.
Soon, her popularity grew significantly. By the end of 2016, Molly released her debut single, ‘More Facts.’ The single made her a star overnight. Molly released her first mixtape, ‘Molly World,’ toward the beginning of 2017. Some of the most popular songs from the mixtape were ‘2 Faced,’ ‘Lately,’ and ‘Fight Me.’ She has collaborated with rapper Cuban Doll for the song ‘Let it Blow.’ On December 8, 2017, Molly released her debut album, ‘Big Brazy.’
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Molly Brazy’s Songs
- Trust None
- Fight Me
- Ion Like You
- Pop Shit
- More Facts
- Never Trust a Bitch
- Look Eas
- Even the Odds
- Like That
- Play For Keeps
- All I Know
- 2 Faced
- Last Minute
- These Bitches
- Check up
- Tea Party
- Molly’s Story
- They On Molly
- Big Brazy
- Ain’t Shit
- You Spook’d
- I Wish
- I Still Be Me
- Bout Shit
Molly Brazy’s Albums
- Queen Pin
- Molly World
- Big Brazy
Molly Brazy Tattoos
Molly has a total of 17 tattoos as follows
- Date, Roman Numeral On Her Chest
- Initial, Name On The Side Of Her Hand
- Skull Jaw, Teeth On The Back Of Her Hand
- Elephant On Her Chest
- Gun On Her Bicep
- Name On Her Wrist
- Bow On Her Side
- Cross On Her Knuckle
- Rose On Her Forearm
- Dollar Bills, Rose On The Back Of Her Hand
- Dollar Bills On Her Ankle
- Name On Her Wrist
- Cherub On Her Neck
- Character On Her Upper Arm
- Name On Her Ankle
- Dove On Her Neck
- Arrow, Cross, Moon, Rose On Her Thigh
Molly Brazy Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of 500,000 dollars as of 2019.
Molly Brazy Personal Life
Molly is said to be single as of now and has no romantic relations with anyone.
Molly Brazy Gun Point Controversy
Molly found herself in a controversial situation when a video in which she was shown pointing a gun at a toddler became viral in 2017. The video was posted by one of Molly’s friends. It showed Molly playing with a gun in the presence of a child. While playing, she pointed the gun at the child.
The video was later investigated by Detroit police and cyber experts. Molly’s manager issued a statement saying that the gun in the video was actually a toy.
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Molly Brazy Interview
“Interview on XXL”
I grew up listening to: “I didn’t grow up listening to my own music, to whatever my big brother was listening to, like Doughboy Cashout. I’m from Detroit so, it was whoever was blowing up in the hood. I used to look up to Nicki Minaj. I used to like Lil Mama because I used to dance but I don’t dance anymore [Laughs]. Biggie Smalls, 2Pac—my aunties used to listen to them.
“When I first started making music, my brother had a little rap group and they would do some little freestyles and stuff. One day I freestyled with them and started liking it. I started making my own raps. I was young, like 10, 11 years old. When I got kicked out of high school, it happened in the morning time. I’m at home so bored that I pulled up an old rap that I wrote a week before and I rapped it into the camera. Then I did a freestyle. I put up the freestyle—a week after that I had 12,000 Instagram [likes]. The freestyle went viral. After that happen, I started writing raps and people just start hitting me to book me but I didn’t have any music out. But I had nothing recorded. So I had to go and record a couple of songs.
“I never knew I was going to blow up like I did. It was fast. I was prepared to put in so much work. I don’t know how to explain it, it just happened so fast.”
My style’s been compared to: “I got different type of sounds but at the same time, being from Detroit, we got something about us. It’s just this sound, you know somebody is from Detroit because they have it. I describe myself as a female Chief Keef mixed with a little bit of Payroll mixed with a little bit of Future.”
Most people don’t know: “I’m nicer than people think I am. People think I’m so mean. I’m mean sometimes when I’m irritated but I’m very nice. When my fans first meet me, they expect me to be on some killing shit. I’m goofy as hell for real.”
My standout moment to date: “I don’t have any favorite song but my favorite moment is meeting celebrities and they know who I am. You would expect me to be shocked but they’re shocked! [Laughs] Chris Brown always shows love and comments on Instagram. It’s mind-blowing. Kash Doll grew up in Detroit, she was nice.”
My goal in hip-hop is: “My goal is to make the most money this year. I want to break the record of making the most money. That’s my number-one goal. My number-two goal is I want to influence young up-and-coming rappers who are struggling. If you feel like you want to be a rapper and have what it takes, do it, record yourself. You don’t need anyone to come and help you. You won’t know until you try it. You don’t need any handouts.”
I’m going to be the next: “Billionaire. That’s all I ever wanted to be.”