Flo Milli's New Album Is Very Early, And It's A Reality TV Icon

Flo Milli's New Album Is Very Early, And It's A Reality TV Icon ...

It's officially Flo Milli's season. On July 20, the rapper surprised listeners with a sudden drop of her debut album, You Still Here, Ho? The long-awaited album was scheduled to be released on Friday, July 22, but the rapper had other ideas. Milli decided to give listeners early access to this massive project, and I'm so grateful she did.

The rapper has always had a distinct vision for her projects, so much so that she enlisted the help of legendary meme queen Tiffany New York Pollard. The former reality star can be heard on the albums intro and outro.

Milli said in a statement that she is still alive and well in this day and age. She stressed that her album's creative vision is based on early 2000s nostalgia, according to Consequence.

This album will definitely make you channel your inner Flo Milli and make you feel quite Conceited. Brush up on your You Still Here, Ho? knowledge with the following links.

Flo Millis Is You Still Here, Ho?The Release Date

The album was released on July 20, 2022.

Flo Millis Is It Still Here, Ho?Album Cover

The cover features the rapper embracing her inner Charm School, a popular VH1 series from the 1950s, which also contains a short-lived spin-off of Flavor of Love. It would certainly make Charm School host MoNique proud.

Ho, is your tracklist still there?

Milli unveiled the tracklist for You Still Here, Ho? on Twitter, mimicking a classic television program. The stylish appearance of the VH1's early logo with the same vibrant color story as the legendary television network

The album consists of 17 songs, with 15 new tracks songs, as well as Tiffany's two 2021 singles Roaring 20s and Ice Baby. Rappers Babyface Ray and Rico Nasty also feature on the album.

Here's the whole tracklist:

Flo Millis You Still Here, Ho?Era

Milli directed a music video for four songs before releasing the records: Roaring 20s, No Face, PBC, and Conceited.

In her first music video of this era, which was in the Roaring 20s, she demonstrates her slick moves in a flapper-style performance.

Milli fully understood the task with the next drop. In a music video for her single, PBC, she taps into her inner Top Model. The song, which stands for pretty, Black, cute, is an incredible reminder that Milli was born for the stage.

This music video, which features Milli in an upbeat vocal track, is giving everything it needs to give.

Milli released another music video on June 17, this time for her pulsing track Conceited. While gazing at six reflections of herself, she rapped confidently Feeling myself, Im conceited.

Milli released a music video for her single, No Face, on July 20. The rapper and her crew take over a gas station. Performing those cheeky lyrics with such forcefulness, the video elevated the song to another level.

You're Still Here, Ho? is a stunning example of Milli doing what she knows best: lyrically flowing on any sound you throw her way. With those braggadocios lyrics and unfazed delivery on center stage, this album will be a favorite of mine for the rest of the summer.

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