Flo Milli Gets Her Flo Mix On: Alabama-born rapper Flo Milli is celebrating the 50th anniversary of hip-hop with a “Flo Mix” track self-titled “Flo Milli.”

The song is a reimagining of Lil’ Wayne’s “A Milli,” and it kicks off with the no-nonsense lines, “Motherfucker I kill, copyright my shit ‘cos weird b**ches like to steal.”

Meanwhile, the video sees her wandering through a building, the parking structure, and ultimately on the roof. It’s like Aaron Sorkin directed a hip-hop walk-and-talk. Sorta.

“With over half a billion streams to date, 23-year-old, Alabama born rapper, Flo Milli has taken the world by storm in her short ascent,” reads her bio. “Releasing her first official track ‘Beef FloMix’ on her SoundCloud in late 2018, she had gone viral by early 2019 on TikTok, marking her breakout success and she hasn’t let up since. Releasing tracks and visuals throughout 2019, she followed up with ‘In The Party’ which has been streamed and viewed nearly 200 million times worldwide. Known for her bubbly delivery and aggressive bars, in July 2020 she took the internet by storm once again with the release of her debut mixtape, Ho, why is you here ?. Adding to her accolades, she was nominated for Best New Artist at the 2021 BET Awards and Best Breakthrough Song at the MTV VMAs for her feature on Baby Tate’s ‘I Am’.”

Flo Milli Gets Her Flo Mix On: Flo Milli’s “Flo Milli” is out now.


















































































































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