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Flo Milli
Flo Milli
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Flo Milli Officially Drops Female Empowerment Anthem "PBC"

Flo Milli shares her inspiration behind her new single "PBC," which was previewed during New York Fashion Week.

If you’ve been wondering what Flo Milli has been up to as of late, she’s been in the studio. A few weeks back while she closed Tia Adeola’s latest fashion show at New York Fashion Week, she previewed a new bass-heavy single, "PBC."

The “Beef FloMix” rapper known for her bubblegum bars told us directly following the show that the track is “about Black women finding their power, wearing their natural hair, everything that makes you pretty, Black and cute.”

She also said one part of the song even addresses the saying “you’re pretty for a Black girl.” On this, she said, “You know how some people [say] you’re pretty for a dark-skinned girl, [the song shows] no I’m pretty because I’m that girl.”

Now that the song is streaming, it's evident that Flo wanted to address Black women's beauty and flip it into a catchy track. "PBC" is all about being confident in the skin you were born with. The rapper is subverting negative comments Black women often receive as they maneuver through the world.