HipHopDX 2021 Rising Star Flo Milli is proving why she deserves a spot on the coveted list. After teaming up with brands like Spotify and Savage X Fenty, the Alabama native is aligning herself with Facebook and their video-on-demand service.

To celebrate Women’s History Month, Milli threw a surprise, private concert for the Facebook group, Girls Who Manifest, a collective dedicated to inspiring women to learn more about how their thinking allows them to manifest the life, love, body, health and wealth they desire.

The 15-minute concert featured an interview with the young star and exciting performances of tracks such as “In The Party,” “May I,” “Roaring 20s” and more. Through this collaboration, Milli wanted to connect with a group of women who related to her messages about manifesting your own destiny, celebrating each other and how that sense of community can be found in Facebook Groups.

Facebook is using their platform to spotlight women who are creating change and paving the way as leaders in their fields, communities and businesses.

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Last month, Milli unleashed an intimate mini-documentary through Spotify’s RADAR platform. The five-minute documentary profiles the self-proclaimed Princess of Hip Hop as she talks about her ambitions, bold confidence, growing up in Mobile, Alabama before moving to Atlanta and more.