|Birthday Bitch||Birthday Bitch|| |
|Lil Booties Matter (feat. DJ Pretty Ricky)||Lil Booties Matter|| |
|Birthday Chick||Birthday Chick|| |
|Backwoods||Life Is Lit|| |
|Cold||Life Is Lit|| |
|Dog Shit||Life Is Lit|| |
|DC Young Fly Speaks||Life Is Lit|| |
|Lil booties vs No booties Skit (feat. @DCYoungFly)||Life Is Lit|| |
|Dog Sh*t||Life Is Lit|| |
|Birthday Chick (NOW What's Next!)||NOW That's What I Call Music, Vol. 59|| |
[NOVA] is a four member band formed by drummer Alex Estrada and guitarist Daniel Rubio in 2005. The band was formally known as Protest until the addition of one of its final two members Joe Bradly in 2006. Singer Sean Roque was then added a few months later in 2007 to complete the band and give it a voice. Sadly after years of great times and memories Joe Bradly re-signed from his placement at bass in 2010. A few weeks later Luis Perez was added to once again complete the band. In early 2013 after 8 years of excellent play long time friend and drummer Alex Estrada retired the sticks in pursue of a high education. Later that year Paul Gonzalez was add to refresh the bands sound and continue to push the [NOVA] name.
Born and raised in Detroit, Molly Brazy gained notoriety by uploading freestyle videos to Instagram, ballooning her presence to over 693,000 followers. With an additional 265k likes on Facebook, 63k followers on Twitter, and 36.6k likes on SoundCloud, Molly Brazy has become a social media sensation for her rapping prowess. In her short career, Molly Brazy has already collaborated with some of the most significant figures in Detroit rap, including BandGang, RJ Lamont, Rocaine, and many others. Watch out for Big Brazy, releasing later this year.