Lilly Renée London

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Lilly Renée London
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Born
Lilly Renée London

NationalityAmerican
Alma mater
  • University of North Texas
  • Harvard Business School Online
Occupation
OrganizationASCAP
Known for
  • Music Artist (Rapper)
  • Playboy
  • Model
  • Serial Digital Entrepreneur
  • Social Media Influencer
Height5 ft 3 in (160 cm)
AwardsTop Published Model
Musical career
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Background information
GenresHip-Hop/Rap
Websitelillyreneelondon.com

Lilly Renée London (born Dallas, Texas) is an American music artist, model, serial digital entrepreneur, influencer, and investor. She owns multiple online businesses in entertainment, media, and press. Lilly is a very successful model and she started modeling at the age of 15 for various companies and brands.[1]

She developed an interest in business at a very early age and started her entrepreneurial career at the age of 16 in the fashion, music, dance, and entertainment industry. Lilly has focused on building business partnerships as well as real estate, stock, and crypto investing.

As a music artist Lilly is a rapper, singer, songwriter and executive producer. Under a pseudonym, she released 4 original Rap/Pop demos and music videos in collaboration with Atlanta artists, producers, and songwriters. Lilly is popular on social media and has built a huge following on her social handles.

Early life and education

Born and raised in Dallas, Texas. Lilly has been a social media influencer since the age of 13. She started writing poetry at the age of 14. Right from her childhood, she was inclined towards music.

Lilly attended University of North Texas and graduated with a Bachelor's Degree (Magna cum laude). Thereafter, she did a certificate in American entrepreneurship from Harvard Business School Online.

Career

Modeling

Lilly started modeling at the age of 15 for various companies and brands. She is a self-made entrepreneur and began creating businesses at the age of 16 in fashion, music, dance, and entertainment.

Lilly moved back to Dallas, Texas. While in Texas, she was discovered in-person by casting directors and was asked to shoot for Playboy. She shot for "Fantasy Flirt" (Playboy TV).[2] After shooting nude, she got off social media and deleted all of her work, videos, and accounts to take time for personal healing after having been active since the age of 13.

She worked with multiple photographers and brands while living in Atlanta and Dallas.

Music

She completed the first two years of a Bachelor's Degree then moved onto campus in Denton, Texas and dropped out at the beginning of 3rd year after attending school for only two weeks to pursue music. She graduated at a later date. She released multiple music videos along with her early released songs. Her early music was played at clubs in Dallas, Texas.

Still a teenager, she took her self-earned 100 thousand dollars, her “Barbie Cadillac Escalade” and moved from Dallas, Texas to Buckhead Atlanta, Georgia by herself to pursue music. Atlanta is widely known as the Hip-Hop Capital and for it's inclusive culture to help the next generation of artists get their start.

Under a pseudonym, She released 4 original Rap/Pop demos and music videos in collaboration with Atlanta artists, producers, and songwriters. Already having a loyal following before Atlanta, Lilly went viral on social media within a few months of living in Atlanta. Unprepared with no official music team behind her. It was "traumatizing" and "shocking."

The location of song production and release for these demos was Atlanta, Georgia. Some tracks were produced and co-written by Dun Deal on the Trak.[3] Who is widely known for producing Young Thug's Breakout song Stoner and Migos' single "Hannah Montana"

Other demo tracks were written by and vocally produced by Michael Carlos Jones,[4] an original songwriter for Bad Boy Entertainment who wrote songs for superstar artists such as New Edition and Cassie. Most widely known for being a writer on "I Don't Wanna Know by Mario Winans and "I Need a Girl Pt. 2" by Diddy. As well as one demo being co-written by a talented writer at Icon Studios ATL.

She briefly collaborated with an international female pop singer living in Atlanta at the time for backing vocals on one of her demos.

She met various established and well-known producers and writers such as Lil’ Ronnie and Jazzy Phae at Icon Studios, Stankonia Studios, Patchwerk Studios, various other studios, and was open to see who could be the right fit for her sound.

Returning to social media in late 2021 under the new stage name "Lilly Renee' London", Lilly Released 9 Hip-Hop/Rap/R&B songs as the artist, songwriter and executive producer. She sampled and incorporated Rap, R&B, Hip-Hop, K-pop, and Hindi music. Some releases were covers. She gained 50k Total Streams on her newly released Spotify account in 4 months starting over with no fan base and no marketing.

Her first official artist and international collaboration was an English/ Punjabi record named "NA NA NA" with a Punjabi artist and producer in Mumbai, DJ Raaga.[5]

Business and investing

At the age of 16, she started her entrepreneurial career in the fashion, music, dance, and entertainment industry.

Lilly moved to Los Angeles and began investing, becoming an Innovation/Tech Stock and Crypto Investor. She owns multiple patents in the digital tech space. She began focusing on the creation of multiple online businesses in entertainment, media, and press.

Lilly began investing in real estate during the Covid-19 Pandemic Market Crash.

Influencer

Lilly posts digital content on her social handles and has gained attraction from fans. She posts videos on her YouTube channel and has been covered by the media for her work.

Personal life

Lilly is a mix of Spanish, Mexican, and White with roots stemming from London, Spain, Mexico, and America. Her sun sign is Aries.

References

  1. Writer, Staff (31 October 2021). "Featured: Lilly Renée London's mesmerizing music!". Just Fame. Retrieved 29 January 2022.
  2. "Fantasy Flirt - Watch - Playboy TV". www.playboytv.com. Retrieved 29 January 2022.
  3. "Dun Deal". Wikipedia. 2 January 2022. Retrieved 29 January 2022.
  4. "Michael Carlos Jones". Discogs. Retrieved 29 January 2022.
  5. "NA NA NA". open.spotify. 15 January 2022. Retrieved 29 January 2022.

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