DYLI Parades Some Vicious Brunette Energy In “Pretty Brown Hair”

19-year-old rapper DYLI’s most recent single “Pretty Brown Hair” is an ode to all the brown-haired girls who have been feeling insecure and self-conscious. The Hip hop artist thought to herself what if the Mean Girls antagonist “Regina George” was a brunette, “I wanted to take on that attitude but give it a different perspective.”

DYLi explains why she chose to take this direction with the song: “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.”

With its fist-pumping strong beats and distinct lyrics, DYLI exhibits great confidence and passion, 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.”

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