Molly started singing in competitions at block parties in her neighborhood, and became known as the small-statured blonde girl with a very soulful, powerful, and bluesy voice. She started singing solos and duets a lot in high school in variety shows, festivals, and in her competitive women’s choir, “Bellarte Singers”. She also was the lead singer in the acoustic/alternative band “Iff Crowd.” However the band split up after only a few years. She also did some freestyle rapping in high school just for fun. This is something she picked up from growing up in her neighborhood, which was largely influenced by the DC hip hop culture.
Molly was accepted into Palm Beach Atlantic University as a popular music voice principal major. Writing lyrics and melodies has always been her strong point. She met her producer Sean Davis, “The Halfstyle,” her second year of college, and together they have been creating a variety of music and building up Mollie’s career ever since.
“Sean has really shaped me as an artist,” says Mollie. She was happy to return to her urban pop style after her split with the “Iff Crowd.”
Mollie is seeking to get good management, and hopes to get signed to a label in the near future. Her dream is to share her music with people all over the world, and to show fans the strong female artist that she is. Mollie brings a unique element to the table combining strong vocals, depth, urban/pop style and hip hop dancing in her shows. The future looks exciting for this talented young woman!