The Alabama-bred rapper shows off properly.
Talking about her stomping grounds in her freshman profile, she mentioned the hometown artist, saying, “I remember Rich Boy, he was the first from our city to be on XXL, which was a while ago. So, you know, even seeing him, it was like, Damn, now I’m the first female on it.”
Gender progression in hip-hop is moving as rapidly as ever before; and with artists like Flo Milli, not to mention each and every one of her unrestrained contemporaries, there’s simply no question of the potential goldmine that lies ahead for a plethora of female rappers.
Provocativeness is no strange theme to Flo’s bars, and she puts that on full display throughout her 40-second long fest of pure, unadulterated bravado. Halfway through, she raps, “Beef wit’ a hoe, I ain’t makin’ him famous / I ain’t see you on none of these playlists / You can see I don’t care and you hate it / He say he real but I know he fakin'”
But don’t take my word for it, take her’s, and tell us what you think below.