Lourdes Leon, a daughter of Madonna, made her music debut with the song "Lock&Key," which makes a reference to Lady Gaga.
The song was made available on Wednesday (August 24) by the 25-year-old fashion model going by the name Lolahol.
The video features Leon, whose track was published under the name "Lolahol," a dreamy pop ballad with references to Lady Gaga.
wearing a variety of futuristic clothes, such as a skin-tight bright pink dress and a bikini that looks like rope.
Madge posted on social media to congratulate her daughter on her musical debut after the video received nearly 100,000 views in its first few hours on YouTube.
Shortly after the release of the tune, the "Material Girl" singer commented on her Instagram Story, "I Am So Proud of You Lola!"
Just over a year has passed since the actor first hinted at entering the music industry during an interview with actress Debi Mazar for Interview Magazine.
When questioned about her career goals, Leon replied, "I don't have a definite goal," adding that she "probably should" have a distinct objective.
Modeling is a wise financial choice, she continued. "I enjoy putting a lot of effort into the campaigns I run."
However, it appears that Leon was well aware of the fact that she was more than just a model.
Despite objecting to Madonna wearing se*y costumes and wearing too much skin, Lourdes Leon indulges her mother.
I like to incorporate all those aspects of myself into my projects because I dance, have a very distinct sense of style, and am interested in aesthetics, she said.