Taylor Gang’s 1st Lady Lola Monroe graces the cover of BE Magazine’s 2nd Annual Sexy Summer Print Issue. Inside BE’s exclusive cover story, Lola Monroe candidly opens up about working with Wiz Khalifa, her long-term grind, and the current state of female rappers in today’s hip hop nation. Mostpeople rememBEr the sensual Angel Lola Love for her unique BEauty, BEcoming the most sought out after Hop-Hop model appearing in high profile music videos including 50 Cent, Kanye West, Busta Rhymes, Trey Songz and plenty more. Lola Monroe has also graced the pages of many major publications, only later to BEcome the first official female rapper and model to go national/international from the DC area. Lola Monroe grinds with an unending passion and this Hip Hop Artist/Entertainer philanthropist and CEO is proving with her Bosset movement and ongoing lists of mix tapes that the “Crown Ain’t Safe.”
Also Inside the Issue, BE Magazine has sexy features from today’s leading stars like LaTocha Scott (formerly of Xscape), Erica Mena (Basketball Wives), Mishon, & Russel Hornsby (both formerly of ABC Family’s hit series Lincoln Park). BE Mag will also keep you in-style this summer showcasing some of the BEst clothing & product options from Vera Wang, Soul Purpose, & Shy Tie. For all of our health and BEauty nuts, we’ve got 8 Steps for a Sexier Summer Body to help you maintain your sexy summer shape.
LOLA MONROE ON WORKING WITH TAYLOR GANG:
“After talking to Wiz about the plan, he told me what he had going on and saw everything I had going on in my movement and he wanted me to represent Taylor Gang…After talking to Wiz about the plan, he told me what he had going on and saw everything I had going on in my movement and he wanted me to represent Taylor Gang. The energy was positive and everything worked out.”
LOLA MONROE ON RELEASING MIXTAPES:
“It’s important to solidify yourself musically especially as a female. I’ve BEen on my own since the age of fifteen so it’s already a natural way of thinking for me not to wait on anyone and to just go forward, not relying on people.”
LOLA MONROE ON THE STATE OF FEMALE RAP:
“I think female rap is in a really good state BEcause there are a lot more females that are coming out, and I think it’s important for Hip Hop to have that diversity on a female stand point.”Tweet