/  03.19.2021


Back in December, Yung Baby Tate shared her After The Rain and now she has officially circled back to released a visual for one of its fan-favorite cuts, the Flo Milli-assisted “I Am.” Filled with affirmations, the lyrics of the song preach messages of self-love and confidence:

I am hеalthy, I am wealthy, I am rich, I am that bitch (I am, I am)/ I am gonna go get that bag (I am)/ And I am not gonna take your shit, I am protеcted, well respected, I’m a queen, I’m a dream (I am, I am)/ I do what I wanna do, and I’m who I wanna be/ ‘Cause I am me

The 24-year-old Decatur, Georgia native exudes conviction as she switches from look after look. Sporting a feather-trimmed purple blazer in one scene, to a carefully coordinated baby blue bikini in the next, Tate is worth all the attention.

Flo Milli released her attention-garnering Ho, Why Is You Here? project in July last year, a 12-track body of work with no features to ensure her confidence shines. Flo has shared assists on numerous singles, including “Element (Remix)” by PJ, “Better Be” by Big Freedia, “HOT (Remix)” by Pia Mia featuring Sean Paul, “Mean” by $not, and her own singles like “Weak,” “Eat It Up,” and “Like That Bitch.”

In a recent sit-down with REVOLT, Yung Baby Tate delved into what she wants to see more of in the future of the female rap game:

I want to see more brown skin and dark skin female rappers at the forefront. Not just in rap because I’m not just a rapper, but in music in general. It’s a blessing for Black women of any color to be on the podiums and the pedestals we’re on in those types of spotlights. But, one thing I really want to see, I hope to see, and I will see in the future is way more representation for brown and darker skin Black women. A lot of times, you look up and I’m looking at people that don’t look like me. I want to see people that look like me.

Be sure to watch Yung Baby Tate’s new “I Am” visual featuring Flo Milli down below.

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