‘Anything Flows’ At Flo Milli’s LightsUP Performance
Hip-hop artist Flo Milli drew hundreds to the HUB Lawn on Friday, August 25, as part of SPA and Movin’ On’s annual “LightsUP” festival to celebrate the new school year.
Flo Milli rose to fame when she released her breakout single “Beef FloMix” in 2018. Since then, she gained a larger following after going viral on TikTok for her single “In The Party.”
Rap group Travis Porter opened the concert ahead of Flo Milli, ultimately getting attendees hyped for the night ahead. The group consisted of three Atlanta natives, Lakeem “Ali” Grant, Donquez “Quez” Woods, and Harold “Strap” Duncan.
The hip-hop trio started the concert strong with “Make It Rain,” a song released in 2012, leading to the crowd waving back and forth mid-song. After the song, Strap yells out to the crowd, “Turn the fuck up, Penn State.”
Their set continued with one of their more popular songs “ReYup,” followed by the Nittany Lion joining them on stage and dancing to “Just Wanna Rock” by Lil Uzi Vert.
The group then performed “All The Way Turnt Up,” “Walked In,” and “Bring It Back.”
Their set ended with their most popular song, “Ayy Ladies,” along with another appearance by the Nittany Lion.
After a brief intermission, Flo Milli finally took the stage and the crowd immediately went wild, celebrating her dramatic, powerful stage presence.
“I heard there’s some bad bitches out here tonight,” Flo Milli shouted to the crowd.
Flo Milli began her set with “Come Outside,” which was an instant crowd-pleaser and led to folks chanting the chorus of the song, “Come outside, hoe.”
Following her opening song, Flo Milli performed “Bedtime” and “Roaring 20s,” her version of the “Fiddler on the Roof” classic “If I Were A Rich Man.”
“This next song is for all the bad bitches. If you know this song, you’re a bad bitch,” Flo Milli said ahead of performing “Beef FloMix.”
She then jumped into “BACK PACK” “B.T.W,” “Fruit Loop,” “Mean,” and “We Not Humping Remix.”
Flo Milli then performed her more recent songs, “No Love Shemix,” “Anything Flows,” and “Pretty Girls.”
Before her last few numbers, Flo Milli got the crowd to shout “Fuck the haters.”
Flo Milli ended the concert strong with her viral TikTok song “In The Party,” and students in the crowd left HUB Lawn ready to take on the semester after a lively first Friday in Happy Valley.
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