Alabama’s very own princess of rap Flo Milli released her new single “BGC” via RCA records – listen HERE.  BGCwhich stands for Bad Girls Club, is a girl group anthem that combines Flo Milli’s mastery of rap with an upbeat tempo, and a chorus that you will surely be singing all day. Fun from start to finish, Flo Milli’s latest track features her signature dose of humor while maintaining her refined style.

The new single comes on the heels of her latest releases, “Chocolate Rain” and “Fruit Loop,” and will all appear on her highly-anticipated second studio album FINE HO, STAY, coming in November.

Alongside the new release, Flo also dropped the music video for the new track – watch HERE. The video was directed by Boni Mata and is reminiscent of the early 2000s, complete with friend group dance montages, makeovers, and a pillow fight. A reminder that sometimes a girls night is exactly what you need, Flo Milli makes it so you can not help but want to be a part of the BGC.

Flo Milli has been busy gearing up for her THANKS FOR COMING HERE, HO TOUR, which kicks off on October 21st in San Francisco. The tour will make stops in 16 cities across North America including Los Angeles, Atlanta, and New York, before wrapping on November 13th in Dallas. Joining Flo Milli on the tour is special guest Maiya the Don. See below for all of Flo Milli’s tour dates. Get tickets HERE.


October 21, 2023: San Francisco, CA – The Regency Ballroom

October 22, 2023: Los Angeles, CA – The Novo

October 25, 2023: Denver, CO – Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom

October 27, 2023: Minneapolis, MN – The Fillmore

October 28, 2023: Chicago, IL – Riviera Theatre

October 29, 2023: Detroit, MI – The Fillmore

October 30, 2023: Toronto, ON – Phoenix Concert Theatre

November 1, 2023: Boston, MA – House of Blues

November 2, 2023: Silverspring, MD – The Fillmore

November 3, 2023: Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore

November 6, 2023: New York, NY – Terminal 5

November 8, 2023: Charlotte, NC – The Fillmore

November 9, 2023: Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle

November 11, 2023: Houston, TX – Warehouse Live

November 12, 2023: Austin, TX – Emo’s

November 13, 2023: Dallas, TX – South Side Music Hall


With over half a billion streams to date, 23-year-old, Alabama born rapper, Flo Milli has taken the world by storm in her short ascent. Releasing her first official track “Beef FloMix” on her SoundCloud in late 2018, she had gone viral by early 2019 on TikTok, marking her breakout success and she hasn’t let up since. Releasing tracks and visuals throughout 2019, she followed up with “In The Party” which has been streamed and viewed nearly 200 million times worldwide. Known for her bubbly delivery and aggressive bars, in July 2020 she took the internet by storm once again with the release of her debut mixtape, Ho, why is you here ?. Adding to her accolades, she was nominated for Best New Artist at the 2021 BET Awards and Best Breakthrough Song at the MTV VMAs for her feature on Baby Tate’s “I Am”.

Flo returned, releasing her debut album You Still Here, Ho ? in July 2022 via RCA Records. Conceptually this album sees Flo fully stepping into her own – creatively flushing out a concept through each track and visual that pays homage to major moments in black pop culture. The album is a visual and listening experience like none other that shows her musical prowess but also her acting chops. In 2022, Flo made her television debut performance at the MTV VMA’s on the Extended Play Stage presented by Doritos, multiple appearances at New York Fashion Week, and a debut headlining tour in partnership with Monster Energy Outbreak. She also collaborated with Monaleo on their smash single “We Not Humping.”

Most recently, Flo Milli made her Coachella debut in April 2023, wowing audiences with her high energy set, outfitted in custom Pucci. She has gone on to release collaborations with 7Eleven for National Slurpee day with her track “Anything Flows” and Floxmix tracks like “B.T.W.” and “Flo Milli” paying homage to some of hip-hop’s greatest songs in celebration of this year’s 50th Anniversary as she gears up to release new music.

Photo Courtesy of RCA Records