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Don’t let her looks fool you, Nigerian rapper Phlow is cold-blooded with her new track: Phlowetic Justice

Published in Music | Saturday, 02 July 2016
Don’t let her looks fool you, Nigerian rapper Phlow is cold-blooded with her new track: Phlowetic Justice Diamond Media 360

No disrespect to the “sound” of today, but if you heard Nigerian rapper Phlow, you’d know that she’s…SPITTING.HOT.FIRE, and this isn’t a Chappelle skit!

Easily one of the most authentic and realest MCs, her hard bars make her stand out from the monotony. A breath of fresh air for hip hop and fire and brimstone for the industry, Phlow is in a league of her own.

Her latest in offering is "Phlowetic Justice", which samples Kendrick Lamar’s “Poetic Justice”, and is produced by Teck Zilla. If you didn’t know what she’s in the game for she tells you explicitly:

Now I'm crazy set |To hit my mark no sweat/ A one way ticket to the tippy top I got, let's jet | With pistol like aim, tell em I'ma hit off | That definition is in my name N*****, I'm in my zone

A lotta buzz I hear, but I don't see 'em standing in my way | Trafficking them chips to land, just where I want not where they may | We 'bout to make history people, you cannot clear that cache

Listen to "Phlowetic Justice" below: