Lagos, Nigeria born MC, Phlow goes for the jugular on her latest venture. A one off track titled ‘Phlowetic Justice’ which is a play on Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Poetic Justice’. Far from being a cover and more of using K-dot’s song as inspiration, Phlow uses similar backdrops (The same Janet Jackson sample and a portion of K dot’s song) to accentuate her commanding flow and spirited presence on the song as she clearly states her goals,
“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” and diminishes the competition “…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…”.
Phlow recently dropped her debut 7 track EP ‘Mind, Body and Phlow‘, under the banner of Str8buttah Productions and got rave reviews from top music blogs such as The Source, 2dopeboyz, Thisis50, The Hype Fresh Mag, Jack Thriller, Pulse NG (Nigeria), The word is bond (UK) and many more. She’s currently working on several songs with Producer/DJ Teck-Zilla and Swedish producer Ryko amongst other ventures.