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Its Lolly


“its lolly” is a singer, songwriter, and performer from Oklahoma. She has been singing ever since her debut performance at her hometown church. The three-year-old flawlessly belted out the classic tune, "Tomorrow," from the musical Annie - one of her favorites at the time. She then went on to take voice lessons and perform in countless musical productions with a local theatre group in the tiny town of Ardmore. Such productions included The Sour Kangaroo in Seussical the Musical, Margot in Legally Blonde the Musical, Maggie in A Chorus Line, and smaller parts in Footloose, Annie Get Your Gun, Putnam County Spelling Bee, and more. This went on from the time she was four up until graduating high school. 

Older works under a different name include her first self-written EP, "Out of Nowhere" she released to a sold-out crowd in her hometown at age 16. She didn't stop there, though. She spent the summer after her senior year flying back and forth from LA where she performed in a showcase at Disney Land’s California Adventures and wrote her sophomore Ep, "Unbreakable". She was able to work with some of the best in the business. She cowrote with producers who have worked with talented names such as: Adam Levine, Solange Knowles, Christina Aguilera, John Mayer, Pitbul, and many more. 

After high school, she attended The Academy of Contemporary Music at the University of Central Oklahoma for a year before moving on to do music full time. She started touring the US the summer of 2015 and again in the summer of 2017 with American Idol's Dalton Rapattoni. 

Her last music releases, "Catch 22" and "Criminal" have raked up over half of a million streams on Spotify and a whopping 2 million music video views across facebook and youtube. In between touring, she has been able to train with vocal coaches whose previous students include talents such as: Demi Lovato, Ariana Grande, Scott Hoying of the Pentatonix, and Lauryn Hill. 

She’s been able to work with amazing organizations like the Stand4Kind anti-bullying coalition, a tour group that visits schools all over the US to raise awareness to anti-bullying. She is now coming back better than ever as “its lolly” and is taking a new approach to her music, planning to release it by the end of the year. She loves being able to hone in on her craft by spending a good amount of the day playing piano, writing 

songs, and chatting with her fans on Instagram and Twitter. She is currently residing in Houston, Texas and signed to the artist development group, MacMen Music Group. 


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