Flo Milli

Tamia Monique Carter, professionally known as Flo Milli is a female rapper from Mobile, Alabama. She was born January 9, 2000 to Monique Daniels. She started writing songs at 9 years old, and rapping at 11 in a girl group called Pink Mafia. She graduated from Baker High School in May 2018. She grew up listening to artists like Jill Scott, Anthony Hamilton, and Erykah Badu.

Her big break

In 2018, Flo Milli recorded her freestyle sampling the song “Beef” by Ethereal featuring Playboy Carti. The song went viral on TikTok and was number two on Spotify’s Viral 50 in 2019.

In 2019, Flo Milli released “In the Party,” which went platinum in the United States.

In February 2022, she released her single “My Attitude.”

Making a name in the industry

In December 2019, she performed at Rolling Loud Los Angeles. In August 2020, Flo Milli signed a deal with Pulse Music Group. She was nominated for Best New Artist at the BET Music Awards in 2020. In June 2021, she was a part of the XXL Freshman Class. In May 2022, she performed at Hangout Music Fest. In November 2023, she participated in an XXL Cypher Lab alongside Latto, Maiya The Don, Monaleo, and Mello Buckzz.





Known for her upbeat music with catchy bars, Flo Milli has began to take the world by storm. As someone from Mobile, Alabama, I have always loved Flo Milli. She is relatable, confident, and very talented. She has an amazing stage presence and was born to perform. Watching her succeed and make it out of Mobile has been so motivational. FLO MILLI S**T B***H!

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