Doll Phace was born Monica Floyd in Baltimore, Maryland before making the move to Los Angeles to pursue her musical career. However, don’t take Doll Phace as just another pretty face with a dream; she has already earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in five different areas (electronic media management, cinema, television, radio and film), founded her own company, TVMG, and proven herself to be a talented producer, director, writer and entertainer. She has secured performance deals for other artists, produced and directed music videos, films, and an Eddie Griffin comedy DVD, as well as promoting and producing a number of successful comedy events. Did we mention she is also fluent in French, Russian and Arabic?
Doll Phace clearly has a wealth of talent, which she has used for her 5-track digital, ‘Get Used To This E.P.’ Featuring co-production from Grinehouse (who has worked with Keyshia Cole and Ashlee Simpson) and Rhythum D (Snoop Dogg, Bone Thugs & Harmony, Eazy E); the E.P. is a great introduction to this multi-talented singer.
The collection opens with the Baby Bash featuring the title track, a slice of club-ready pop with a driving 4/4 beat that should please the party crowd. Doll Phace changes gears and shows her versatility beyond the clubs with ‘Ticket,’ a pitch-bending slow jam that perfectly delivers the flavor of the L.A. streets, before Snoop Dogg brings a trademark strong guest appearance to the dance floor-ready, ‘Let’s Go To Vegas.’ ‘Who Dat There’ brings a bass-heavy, mid-tempo slice of street soul that could still work the clubs, before the whole set is rounded off with the empowering ‘Damn Right,’ featuring legendary Bay Area rapper E-40.
The ‘Get Used To This E.P.’ is s great introduction to what Doll Phace has to offer and, at just $3.99 on iTunes; it won’t break the bank either. If this is any indication of what is to come, Doll Phace’s music could see her succeed in yet another field.