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Multi-talented singer-songwriter and rapper DYLI drops a hot new track called “Pretty Brown Hair.” With impeccable composing and lyrical skills the young artist explains what inspired her to release this recent single: “I wrote “Pretty Brown Hair” as a fun way to represent all the beautiful brunettes out there. There has always been a stigma about blondes being the hot cheerleader, the mean girl, the popular socialite or “the fun one”…from movies like Legally Blonde and Mean Girls, to Clueless and There's Something About Mary, there’s no denying the effect of a hot blonde.”


One of CA’s finest talents reveals that the second verse of the song amplifies the confident, cocky, "main character attitude." The single is influenced by the blonde “It Girl” from the movie Mean Girls. The multi-genre artist imagines a brunette ‘Regina George’ as she sings: “When I step out I be lit/ He was trippin, told him hold on to my wrist/ If I were to help out everybody they'd be pissed/ That's why I just focus on the money/ Pay your rent/ He said "Can I take a pic?"/ Are you for real?/ You seen it all when we're lookin in the mirror/ Yeah, she fine but it ain't no need to stare/ Put that phone down, touch my pretty brown hair/ touch my pretty brown hair.”


DYLI shares her second song in two months. “Pretty Brown Hair” follows “New Bag,” released on August 16, 2022. The R&B singer had dropped a version of the song in her 2021 six-track album MmmHmm, which includes jams like “Hookah,” “Val,” and “Geeked.” The remix of the title track “MmmHmm” featured acclaimed artist Kenai. In addition to the EP,  “LOE” (Loyalty Over Everything) came out earlier this year, amassing thousands of streams across various platforms.


Collaborating with creative people like Fabian Egger, choreographer Cedric Botelho, and taking part in the South by Southwest (SXSW) music festival, the 19-year-old has been in the spotlight since she was eleven years old. Her maturity, wisdom, dedication, and talent is indisputable and there’s no doubt that “Pretty Brown Hair” will bring her even more success than before.





Justin OByrne


Justin & Dawn OByrne

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