Radmila Lolly was raised in a home that fostered her passion for music and creativity. Her mother sang to her at a young age, and her brother was a talented guitarist. As her musical abilities developed she was drawn to New York City to further her education and career.
Since 2005 Radmila began pursuing her artistic endeavors. It took her a decade to understand and find her own musical style. She released the songs, “Black Star,” “Hope,” and “Masquerade,” laying a foundation upon which she built a brand and reputation as a powerful singer. By the time she released her debut album “IV Stories at the Standard Hotel” she amassed a considerable following which led to her invitation to debut her album at Zankel Hall, Carnegie Hall. Her most recent single, a duet called “U R Moving Me,” peaked at 21 on the Billboard’s Dance Club Song chart.
Her fashion designs garnered a lot of attention and led to exhibition at Gotham Hall in New York City. She founded a couture fashion company, “Eltara Casata by Radmila Lolly” and designed outfits for celebrities such as Gayle King and Bebe Rexha.
On January 23, 2022, Radmila Lolly sang the National Anthem at the FTX Arena during a Miami Heat vs. Los Angeles Lakers game to a star-studded crowd. Before LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, and Russell Westbrook took center stage. The opera singer was accompanied by the First Miami Presbyterian Church Choir and the string octet. Radmila truly stole the show with her melodic voice and stage presence. Radmila were while a custom-designed 50-pound handcrafted costume from “DIVA” Collection by her Couture Line “Eltara Casata by Radmila Lolly”