Listen to Flo Milli's New Track "Nasty Dancer"

The OG Parker-produced record marks Flo Milli's first non-remix track of 2023. She supported the release with a 'Braxton Family Values' spoof video.

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Flo Milli is back with another braggadocious anthem.

On Friday, the Alabama-born artist came through with “Nasty Dancer,” marking her first non-remix release of 2023. The song, produced by OG Parker, finds Flo Milli expressing her unyielding confidence, as she delivers bars about her sex appeal and the power she has over men.

“You bitches a joke and you hurt/Mad ‘cause I’m really that bitch and your n***a a flirt,” she raps on the track, which includes a playful reference to Doja Cat. “I made him take me to Turks/He spent a check so this pussy be makin’ him surf/Give ‘em a reason to lurk/Fuck up his life then I take him to church.”

Milli Flo supported the track with Braxton Family Values spoof video. It’s the latest installment of her parody series in which she gives nods to America’s Next Top Model, I Love New York, the Simple Life, and the Bad Girls Club.

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Flo Milli spoke about her affinity for skits in a 2022 interview with Complex, saying she’s been doing these types of videos for about a decade.

“People probably don’t believe me, but I did skits my whole life. I remember it was 2012, I got my first Snapchat, and I used to steal my grandma’s wigs and do snippets acting like my mom, because my mom used to yell about everything,” she said. “So I just channeled her on social media. It was really popular in school, to the point where people would be walking up to me like, ‘You better do a skit today. We’re waiting.’ At the time, I was getting 1,000 views, just playing around being crazy.”

“Nasty Dancer” arrived just weeks after Flo Milli dropped the official remix for “Conceited,” a standout track from her 2022 album, You Still Here, Ho? The effort featured 17 tracks, including two bonus cuts, with guest appearances by Rico Nasty, Babyface Ray, and Tiffany Pollard.

You can listen to “Nasty Dancer” in the visualizer above, or stream it now on all major platforms, including Apple Music and Spotify.

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