Over the past four years, few emerging names in rap have had as strong an impact as Flo Millie of Mobile, Alabama. Since releasing her first official track ‘Beef Flomix’ on SoundCloud in late 2018 – which became one of the rap songs of summer 2019 – Millie, who announced NME Back in March that she’s “a steadfast believer in my talent” far exceeded the hype surrounding her, following the release of her critically acclaimed and Billboard-charting first mixtape of 2020, ‘Ho, Why Is You’. only increased after Here?’.
In that time, Millie’s cocksure rap persona and bravery have helped build her an international fanbase and rack up over half a billion streams to date. Her debut album, ‘You Still Here, Ho?’ The arrival of this week is the latest big career move by the 22-year-old. Based on “2000s nostalgia” and pop-rap culture of 2010, the record begins with an introduction from American reality TV star Tiffany Pollard, says Millie.Original HBIC [“Head Bitch in Charge”]”one who formally goes to the torch”princess of this rap“Found.
The newest member of the royal family to rap ‘You’re still here, ho?’ But it shows its enormous potential. Paying tribute to the greats of the past and taking us back to the days of MTV Base. The anthem ‘FNGM’ samples Jr. MAFIA’s classic ‘Get Money,’ but turns its patriarchal message on its head to make it about all the ways”my bitch get moneyWhere Millie really shines, though, is when she returns to her catchy sing-song approach, such as in “Hotty,” where she confidently tears through her modernization on Ciara’s crunk’n’b sound. .
After the brilliantly muted ‘Pretty Girls’ – which, with its resonant guitar accents, is the ambiance feel offered by the slow Nelly Furtado – the album suffers from a drop in quality from indulging in too many monotonous, throwaway trap sounds. . “No Face” is particularly guilty of this, coming off like a half-cut cut that was thrown on the album at the last minute. With a little more time investment, you could have come up with a more imaginative song than Millie. “I’m shit, these bitches clone me / High like Whitney Houston, now I feel like every woman,
Having made such a strong start to his career, it is unfortunate that ‘You still here, ho?’ We don’t display Miley’s superpowers to the extent we expected. While her commitment to reviving the golden age of hip-hop by bringing back the likes of Lil’ Kim and Foxy Brown is commendable, it looks like we’ll have to wait for Miley’s next release for her consistent collection of sure-fire hits. Know that he is capable of giving.
- Release Date: July 20
- Record Label: RCA Records