Flo Milli has returned with a brand new cut. On her new track “Roaring 20s,” Kenny Beats brilliantly flips a sample of “If I Were A Rich Man,” the big showstopper number from the 1964 musical Fiddler On The Roof. Flo Milli opens the track with vengeance to give the beat justice:
I’d drop my nuts on a hater, huh. Fuckin’ these hoes, I’m a player. VVS chains, watches and rings. Blowin’ that kush on a acre (Hello? Ri-ri-rich man). Bankroll for these stank hoes. Four days in the same clothes. Push-ups just to get swole. All of my bitches got white toes. Do what the fuck I want. Hit it then leave her alone. Cartier my cologne. Hit up the country club with my bros. Stupid shit, it’s just a double standard. I made my own lane and I took advantage. You can’t hate on pussy if it rule the planet. I just came in the game and I’m doin’ damage.
Last year, REVOLT honored Flo Milli as an artist to watch this year, giving props to the RaeSam-produced cut “In The Party” and describing the now-20 year old’s sound as “youthful, yet hardcore.” She went on to release her attention-garnering Ho, Why Is You Here? project in July, a 12-track body of work with no features to ensure her confidence shines. Last year we heard Flo 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 terms of visuals, Flo Milli dropped a double visual for her fan-favorite cuts “Send The Addy,” “Weak,” and “May I,” each garnering over a million views.
Be sure to check out Flo Milli’s brand new “Roaring 20s” track down below.