|LoLa Monroe Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 4 in|
|Date of Birth||October 23, 1986|
LoLa Monroe is an Ethiopian rapper, musician, model, and actor. Her discography consists of several tracks and mixtapes such as Boss Bitch’s World, Boss Bitch’s World 2, The Lola Monroe Chronicles: The Art of Motivation, Darling (ft. Wiz Khalifa), Don’t Wake Me, Overtime (ft. Trina), Batteries Not Included, Lipstick & Pistols, Untouchables (with Lil Boosie), Diva’s Gettin’ Money (ft. Beyoncé), Dark Red Lipstick (ft. Azealia Banks), B.B. (Boss Bitch) (ft. Chevy Woods and Juicy J), and Band Up. In addition to that, she has also branched out as an actor and has been cast in projects like Before I Self Destruct, The Platinum Life, Video Girl, and Crazy Like a Fox.
LoLa Monroe, Angel Melaku
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Rapper, Musician, Model, Actor
Blue Rose Entertainment, Taylor Gang (Former)
5 ft 4 in or 162.5 cm
58 kg or 128 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
LoLa Monroe has dated –
- Cris Martinez – She has reportedly been married to Cris Martinez.
- Jeezy – She hooked up with American rapper Jeezy in the past.
- King Los – She announced on December 25, 2012, that she was expecting a child with American rapper and lyricist King Los. In March 2013, she gave birth to their son named Brixton Royal Coleman.
Race / Ethnicity
LoLa Monroe is of Ethiopian descent.
- Pouty lips
- Curvy physique
LoLa Monroe Facts
- She shifted to the United States when she was just a few months old and was subsequently raised in Washington D.C.
- LoLa Monroe was 12 years old when she started writing poems and songs.
- Some of her musical influences include Jay-Z, MC Lyte, Trina, Salt-n-Pepa, Lauryn Hill, and Tupac Shakur.
- Throughout her career, she has worked with many noted artists which include the likes of Azealia Banks, Trina, Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J, King Los, Kid Ink, and Kevin McCall.
- LoLa Monroe has served as the CEO of Blue Rose Dynasty.
- She brought to life the character of Mona in the 2009 direct-to-video crime drama film Before I Self Destruct, starring Curtis Jackson, Clifton Powell, Elijah Williams, Gabriel Ellis, and Sasha Delvalle.
- In 2010, LoLa Monroe appeared as Jessica in the drama film Video Girl.
- She was nominated at the BET Awards in the “Best Female Hip Hop Artist” category in 2011.
Featured Image by LoLa Monroe / Instagram