Flo Milli announces new album 'Fine Ho, Stay'
The album is expected to arrive this summer.
On Monday (July 31), Flo Milli announced her sophomore studio LP, Fine Ho, Stay, a continuation of the breakthrough mixtape Ho, why is you here ? and the 2022 debut album You Still Here, Ho ? The effort, led by “Anything Flows,” “B.T.W,” and a Lil Wayne-inspired self-titled track, is expected to be released before summer’s end.
Hours before the big news, the Alabama talent dropped off another single titled “Fruit Loop,” which saw her showing off her fashion style and dance moves while sending a strong message to critics. “Yea, b**ch, you must’ve lost your mind, told the h** get in the field, but she won’t come outside, yea, you b**ches really weak and you just talk online, I saw the s**t the other day, I had to laugh, I cried,” she rapped over Young Fyre’s bass-heavy production.
In an interview with ELLE, Flo Milli opened up about representing dark-complexioned Black women in a turbulent industry. “I feel like a lot of people expect dark-skinned women to automatically be insecure because of the way society accepts them or doesn’t accept them,” she said. “I feel like people think every dark-skinned woman feels that way. We all don’t feel that way.”
She also revealed the origins behind her moniker, which began as Rose Milli during her grade school days in a girl group. Some time after their split, she happened upon Ethereal and Playboi Carti’s 2015 collaboration “Beef.” “I did a freestyle to that and everyone was like, ‘You should make this a song,'” the XXL Freshman alum explained. “I thought that if I’m going to make this a song, I need a rap name, so I actually came up with Flo Milli quick as f**k. I always had Milli in my name, and I came up with Flo because everyone would say my flow is so hard.”
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