We gave everyone forewarning of what to possibly expect from female rapper, Flo Milli’s upcoming 17-track album. She released the ‘You Still Here, Ho?’ album Wednesday at 12am.
Well, ‘You Still Here, Ho’ has officially dropped, but did it meet your expectations?
The femcee opens the album with an intro where reality tv queen Tiffany (New York) Pollard crowns her the princess of rap. There are some hits on the album that are memorable and have great replay value, here are my top 5 tracks: Conceited, PBC, Bed Time, Big Steppa, Pay Day featuring Rico Nasty, and honorable mention On My Nerves, Tilted Halo and Come Outside. She ends the album with an outro from New York reaffirming that Flo Milli is the “HBIC,” the princess of rap.
What didn’t work?
The album itself feels longer than it should’ve been. Albeit most of the tracks are under 2 minutes long, there are a few that if they weren’t on the album, wouldn’t affect the flow. Much like any of your favorite artists’ albums, this album has a few skips like: On My Nerves, No Face, and Do It Better.
Are we here for it?
The album is a solid introduction to who she is as a rapper. She has fiery bars, and an addictive cadence and her flows switch in a blink of an eye. I’d rank the album 4/5 stars based on her pure talent demonstration, the quality of the record, and replay value. I’ll conclude this review with a bar from the song ‘Come Outside’ where she spits,
“…levels to this, I’m a different student on a pedestal.
That’s what you not bitch.”