Tiffany Pollard Appears On Flo Milli’s Debut Album ‘You Still Here, Ho?’

Robyn Mowatt Robyn Mowatt is a Staff Writer at Okayplayer where she…
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Tiffany Pollard unsurprisingly appears on Flo Milli’s debut album which has finally arrived.

On Wednesday night Flo Milli dropped her debut album You Still Here, Ho?

Arriving immediately after the rapper shared she might just drop it early via Twitter, the release features reality TV star Tiffany Pollard known for her role on VH1’s Flavor of Love and I Love New York, BabyFace Ray, and Rico Nasty. The album starts off hilariously with “HBINC” where Pollard sharing that she’s the “original HBIC.” She also adds that Flo Milli is the “princess of this rap sh*t.” She also appears on “Outro I Love New York.”

You Still Here, Ho? is the follow-up to her debut mixtape Ho, Why Is You Here? which was well-received upon its release.

Flo also just dropped a video for the recently released single, “No Face.” The clip is quite an upgrade from when she revealed the video for “Weak.”

The rollout of Flo Milli’s album was marked by the Alabama-bred artist debuting her single “PBC” during the most recent installment of New York Fashion Week. She walked down the runway to it during Tia Adeola’s presentation which featured a cast of mainly models of color. The track explores the idea of being “pretty for a black girl,” Flo explained this in an interview with Okayplayer.

As we’re thinking back to additional rollout moments that stood out, Flo also recreated Tiffany Pollard’s iconic moment on Flavor of Love when she was voted out of the Flavor Flav’s house (this was released on Halloween of last year). She stood next to Deelishis and acted her ass off then stormed off. “Ice Baby” the last track on the new album was previewed at the end. It became clear in October that reality TV and Tiffany Pollard would serve as the main source of inspiration for her forthcoming drops. I Love New York was flipped for I Love Flo Milli for promotional clips. Last thing: the typography utilized for Flo’s entire rollout screams early ’00s.

Another notable moment that pushed Flo Milli further into the female rap conversation this year was the energetic remix to Houston rapper Monaleo‘s “We Not Humpin.” This single got more eyeballs on both of them. In the past year or so, Flo has been heavy on the festival circuit here in the U.S. and also overseas while she’s dropped singles like “Conceited” and “PBC.”

Stream You Still Here, Ho? below.

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