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Flo Milli is without a doubt making history and a name for herself as she’s come to find success outside of her small hometown in Alabama. The rapper has easily set herself apart from most of her female peers in the game, with her signature style and tone, but she’s also shining a light on confidence and women empowerment.
Speaking with the Power 106 midday host Bryhana, Flo Milli has taken her career into her own hands as she shares she grew up in an unfavorable home environment and was affected by school bullying attempts, which ultimately led her to set out to make her dreams come true. Flo explains that she didn’t get much support from her family growing up and so she would secretly hone her creativity without her parents knowing. Even in grade school, Flo admits that she would speak affirmations to herself as she was constantly met with grade school haters, which she later used those experiences in her music.
Flo speaks on uplifting her female rap peers and shouts on the likes of Latto and highlights the recent success the “Tomorrow 2” rapper has amassed in a short amount of time.
Flo Milli goes on to talk about how the 2020 pandemic allowed her career to grow, especially with Tik Tok,, and where she sees herself in the future.