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Flo Milli Drops New Single ‘Roaring 20s’

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After appearing on Rich The Kid‘s “Nasty” featuring Mulatto and Rubi Rose, Flo Milli returns with the official to her Kenny Beats-produced track, “Roaring 20s.”

“The Roaring Twenties was a period in history of dramatic social and political change, ” said Flo Milli as she spoke about her new single in a press release. “Last year I was able to break through during a very difficult time for not only our country but, the world. Born in 2000, and having my breakout year in 2020, I feel like I’m living in the new age of the Roaring Twenties.”

Sampling the 1964 musical-Fiddler On The Roof‘s “If I Were A Rich Man,” the Alabama native takes it back to the prohibition era in her Child-directed visual and spits about what she would do if she were a wealthy, carefree man in the 1920s.

“One of the most familiar symbols of the Roaring Twenties was the birth of the new independent woman, known in those years as a flapper. A flapper is a young woman; unbothered by conventional standards of behavior. In addition to being more sexually free than previous generations, the women of the Roaring Twenties had the bobbed hair, the short skirts, the drankin’, the smokin’, looks, and participated in activities that were deemed ‘unladylike.’ My lyrics, my style, and my lifestyle all resonate with that freedom and I am the Roaring Twenties,” she continued.

Roaring 20s” is a follow up to her 2020 debut album,  Ho, Why Is You Here?

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Blxst Releases Debut Album ‘I’ll Always Come Find You’ 

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 Blxst has finally released his debut album, I’ll Always Come Find You.

Split into three acts, the album released via Red Bull Records/EVGLE features contributions from 2 ChainzFatman Scoop, Anderson .PaakTy Dolla $ign, and more.

“This is the most confident I’ve ever felt in my music. What I had to overcome while making this album changed my entire creative process, and the fans deserve to see the growth from that,” Blxst said in a press release. “I would be doing a disservice to not reach the heights I dreamed of reaching when I first started as an artist. No better time than now.”

I’ll Always Come Find You serves as a follow up to 2020 project, No Love Lost. Stream his debut studio album below.

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JT Releases Her Debut Mixtape “City Cinderella”

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Former City Girls member JT has released her debut solo mixtape, City Cinderella.

Supported by the previously released singles “No Bars,” “Sideways,” “Okay,” and the “Okay (Remix)” featuring Jeezy, the project features 17 tracks with additional contributions from DJ Khaled, Stunna Girl, and Clip.

City Cinderella serves as a follow-up to City Girls’ last studio album, Raw. The mixtape was also accompanied by a documentary showcasing JT’s process of creating the mixtape.

“People work on their albums for a year; albums are just different. So City Cinderella is not my first album, being that I made this project so damn fast,” the Miami rapper told PAPER. “I had to create this project throughout the tour and moving around, so I didn’t have time to really nurture and doctor it. This is just something that I’m putting out with my pure instincts.”

Stream City Cinderella below.

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Ice Spice Releases New Single ‘Did It First’ with Central Cee

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After dropping singles “Phat Butt” and “Gimmie A Light,” Ice Spice continues to build anticipation for her highly anticipated debut album Y2K with her latest release, “Did It First.”

Featuring Central Cee, the new track arrives just as she kicks off her Y2K World Tour alongside Cash Cobain. Her debut album is set for release on July 26th.

Check out the visual, directed by Ice Spice, Edgar Esteves, and Nikita Vilchinski, above.

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