Flo Milli ‘Roaring 20s’: Release date, concept, how to live stream and all the buzz around rapper’s surprise drop

Flo Milli is best known for her singles 'Beef FloMix' and 'In The Party', both the tracks were released in 2019 and went viral on social media platforms such as TikTok and Instagram


                            Flo Milli ‘Roaring 20s’: Release date, concept, how to live stream and all the buzz around rapper’s surprise drop
Flo Milli (Getty Images)

Rapper and songwriter Flo Milli, whose real name is Tamia Monique Carter, was one of the newest and hottest hip-hop artistes of 2020, especially after she dropped her debut mixtape titled ‘Ho, Why Is You Here?' in July last year.

Cut to 2021, it seems the 21-year-old rapper has surely some big plans in terms of music. Kickstarting the year with a bang, the young and talented artist dropped a surprise track on the internet called ‘Roaring 20s’ and it is already going places. She had first announced the track on her official Twitter page and dropped the track a few hours later. There was no prior announcement or any promotion for the same.  

Flo Milli performs at the Kicksperience Stage Sponsored By Sprite during the BET Experience at Staples Center on June 22, 2019, in Los Angeles, California (Getty Images)


 

Flo Milli is best known for her singles, 'Beef FloMix' and 'In The Party'. Both the tracks were released in 2019 and went viral on social media platforms such as TikTok and Instagram. 'Beef FloMix' spawned a number of memes and users posted tens of thousands of videos of it. It reached number two on Spotify's Viral 50 in April 2019. The track was polished later and released as a fully produced version in July 2019 which received over 33M plays on Spotify in its first eight months. Flo Milli was also nominated for Best New Artist at the 2020 BET Hip Hop Awards.

Release date

Flo Milli’s brand new single ‘Roaring 20s’ hit the internet on January 14, 2021, via RCA Records. 

Concept 

Flo Milli (Instagram/@flomillishit)

The Alabama native’s new track features production from Kenny Beats, where he flipped Topol’s 1971 song, 'If I Were A Rich Man'. The light-hearted song also appeared in the ‘Fiddler On The Roof’ musical in the same year. Thanks to the very crisp production, the track has now transformed into Flo Mill’s thrilling single where she raps about her “rich bitch tendencies” while flaunting her newfound fame. “Hit her, then leave her alone (I'm gone), Cartier my cologne (Yeah)/ Hit up the country club with my bros (My bros), Stupid shit, it's just a double standard/ I made my own lane and I took advantage (Flo Milli shit), You can't hate on pu**y if it rule the planet (Yeah, yeah)/I just came in the game and I'm doin' damage (If I was a rich man).”  



 

What’s the buzz?

A lot of fans rushed to Twitter to express their excitement over the song. One fan said, “She’s sick for this surprise.” Another expressed, “ROARING 20S IS SO GOOD FLO MILLI KNOW HER SHJT! One user posted, “Finally someone put out something good this week. This is Flo Milli's world and we just live in it.” One individual said, “I hope flo milli steal kenny from rico, Roaring 20s' is something lethal.” Another added, “Fuck new flo milli... imma need a bts edit to roaring 20s asaaaaap.” One fan shared, “Roaring 20s isn’t a Flo Milli song, she was a vessel for God in that recording studio. Why he chose her I don’t know but it’s not my place to question it.” 

Flo Milli performs at the Kicksperience Stage Sponsored By Sprite during the BET Experience at Staples Center on June 22, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Getty Images)


 



 



 



 



 



 

How to live stream?

Fans can stream Flo Milli’s new music on digital platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Tidal and YouTube.   

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