Flo Milli has released the album’s first song and video for “Fruit Loop.” YoungFyre (who created her hit ‘Conceited’) produced the hard-hitting track, which originates the determined confidence that has become a Flo Milli trademark.
On Thursday, July 27th The song first appeared on Apple’s Daily New Music feature by Chandler Lass (Latto, Ari Lennox) who directed the raucous video.
Fine Ho, Stay Milli’s debut mixtape Ho, why are you here? released in 2020 however next debut album, You Still Here, Ho ? released in 2022. The new album continues the concept, establishing Milli as a mainstream success who is here to stay.
Milli made her Coachella debut earlier this year, dressed in a special Pucci for the weekend and wowing crowds with a high-energy set of her favorites. Flo Milli invited Monaleo onto the stage so the two could perform their hit tune “We Not Humping,” which has been streamed and seen more than 50 million times worldwide.
In a few years, Milli has gained half a billion streams and there are no signs of slowing down however more followers adding on. Flo Milli has won essential distinction from The New York Times, NPR, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, and Billboard, as well as and has performed on some of the world’s largest stages, including the MTV Video Music Awards as well as Coachella, Rolling Loud, Wireless Festival in the UK, and many more.
Milli has been nominated for various awards which include Best New Artist at the BET Awards and BET Hip-Hop Awards and meanwhile collaborated with a number of brands such as Pucci, American Express, 7Eleven, Google Pixel, and more.
Flo is back, and her debut album You Still Here, Ho? will be released by RCA Records in July 2022. Flo fully enters her own domain with this album, creatively sketching out a concept through each track and graphics that pay tribute to important events in black pop culture.
The record is a one-of-a-kind visual and listening experience that reveals not only her musical skill but also her acting abilities. In 2022 Flo had her broadcast debut concert at the MTV VMAs on the Extended Play Stage sponsored by Doritos, as well as many appearances at New York Fashion Week and a debut headlining tour in collaboration with Monster Energy Outbreak.
However, she also teamed with Monaleo on their successful single “We Not Humping.”