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Lagos, Nigeria-Born Femme Fatale Phlow & Teck-Zilla Connect For Some “Phlowetic Justice”

blame it on JES7 July 1, 2016

Honest question: who would round out your favorite female rappers of 2016?

While there is a long list of talented female emcees in general, this year has failed to produce much from Hip-Hop’s male counterparts, outside of say, drops from Rapsody, Tink, and… well, that’s it, really. (If I’m missing any, feel free to loop me in).

While we patiently await new drops from the likes of Jean Grae, Nitty Scott, MC, and Invincible, we can at least find solace in new music from Lagos, Nigeria-born femme fatale Phlow.

After releasing her Mind, Body & Phlow EP a couple of months ago, Stephanie Asuai Eyime, aka Phlow is back to show-and-prove her god-given gift of putting pen to paper, and then “transitioning from the papyrus to the booth.”

Fresh off being featured in The Source’s World Wide Woman series, Phlow joins Teck-Zila for “Phlowetic Justice,” a reimagining of Kendrick Lamar’s “Poetic Justice.” Listen to the loosie below and stay tuned for more.