Alabama’s very own princess of rap Flo Milli announces her first ever North American headliner with the Monster Energy Outbreak Tour. The tour will feature support from Monaleo. The tour will kick off in Atlanta, GA on October 18th and stop in major cities including New York City, Chicago, Washington
D.C. and more before wrapping in Los Angeles on November 16th at the Roxy.
“The best partnership to match my energy is that of a MONSTER. For me and the Monster Energy Outbreak Tour to join forces this fall is going to be a party that you don’t want to miss.” says Flo.
Earlier this summer, Flo released her debut album You Still Here, Ho ?, the follow up to Flo’s critically acclaimed debut mixtape, Ho, why is you here ?. The debut album’s title is a continuation of her first mixtape, with both titles pulling inspiration from Joseline Hernandez’ coined phrase from Love and Hip-Hop. Keeping on theme with a focus on black female empowerment and self-love, the album exudes confidence at every turn and elevates Flo into the mainstream with her uniquely creative vision that sees her re-enacting iconic moments in pop culture from your favorite reality television shows. The album includes features from Rico Nasty, Babyface Ray, and an intro/outro from the iconic Tiffany Pollard aka “New York.” The project was released to critical acclaim by The New York Times, NPR, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, Billboard and many more.
You Still Here, Ho? features singles “Big Steppa,” “No Face,” “Conceited,” which landed on NPR’s #NowPlaying, Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Fresh Picks of the Week, and was named Consequence’s Rap Song of the Week, “PBC” (Pretty Black Cute), which she first premiered while walking the runway at Tia Adeola’s NYFW show in February, and “Ice Baby,” which was first premiered with a COLORS performance.