Monica “DollPhace” Floyd Changing The Game for Female Black Film Producers


( ENSPIRE She Did That ) An Introduction to Monica “DollPhace” Floyd

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Monica recently released her new film “Lola2” which has been praised for its strong female lead and empowering message. The film follows the story of a young girl who discovers her inner strength and courage to overcome obstacles in her life. It is a powerful story that speaks to the importance of self-belief and resilience. Many have recognized Monica’s work on this project, including Spike Lee who she recently collaborated on an upcoming project.

It’s great to see such a talented and diverse cast in “Lola2”. Taja V. Simpson, who plays the lead role, is a rising star in Hollywood and has already made a name for herself with roles in TV shows like “Star” and “The Quad”. Elise Neal is a seasoned actress, having appeared in many movies and TV shows over the years. Tamala Jones is also a well-known name in the entertainment industry, having starred in popular films like “Booty Call” and TV shows like “Castle”.

It’s exciting to see other notable names on the cast list as well, such as the comedian and actress Torrei Hart, rapper DreamDoll, boxing champion Claressa Shields, former boxer Roy Jones Jr., actor Jackie Long, and artist Jermaine “J Young MDK” Carter. With such a talented ensemble, “Lola2” is sure to be a film worth watching.

Besides her work in film, Monica is also an accomplished recording artist under the name Dollphace. Her music is uplifting and inspiring, with a focus on celebrating diversity and embracing individuality. She has released several singles over the years, including her latest single “Damn Right” featuring E40.

Monica Floyd is an incredible example of what can be achieved when you follow your dreams and never give up. She is proof that hard work pays off and that anything is possible if you believe in yourself. We look forward to seeing what else she will accomplish in the future! Make sure you follow her at @dollphacemusic and

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