Electrifying rapstress Flo Milli has alerted fans and social media users alike to save the date for her upcoming album ‘You Still Here, Ho’ due July 22nd. So far in 2022, the Mobile, Alabama rapper has released 3 songs (PBC, Conceited, and Pay Day) with accompanying music videos and skits. Each with completely different themes but, still holds relevance with each other due to them representing moments of iconic black women in reality TV.
How do we feel they set the taste for the upcoming project?
Let Us Catch A Vibe from Previous Releases
Flo Milli’s music exudes confidence and owning your own beauty. Her song PBC, abbreviated from “Pretty Black Cute”, is a feminine power anthem owning your blackness and cuteness. It doesn’t matter what or who is around you, you’re THAT girl even while wearing intricate yet abnormal costumes and outfits. The song, video, and skit earn a rating of 3.5/5 stars due to the sheer creativity.
Conceited is another confidence anthem about not dimming yourself for nobody including your man. It comes with its own music video and ‘Flavor of Love’ inspired skit involving Tiffany Pollard (New York). The repetitive, yet addictive chorus “Feelin myself, I’m conceited” really is the perfect pick-me-up anthem. I’d rate Conceited 3/5 stars when it comes to the overall quality.
Pay Day hilariously starts off reenacting the Love and Hip-Hop maid scene involving Stevie J, Joseline, and Erica Dixon. The song itself is another confidence anthem, but it is much higher energy than the previous releases. The overall vibe of this song is about just being the top girl who can take your man if she chooses to.
He will bend any way she wants him to if she wants him to. It’s not my favorite among her releases and I don’t particularly vibe with the chorus. Pay Day earns a rating of 2.5/5 stars.
The question is, “what should you expect from Flo Milli’s album?” I would say a lot more confidence-boosting anthems, more of her asserting herself, relatable bars, and absolutely more creativity in her visuals. I’ll conclude this article with a lyric from the outro of PBC, “it’s giving everything it should give; she understood the assignment…”