Since 2011 she has been consistently banging us in the head with her ballads, vidoes, remixes (sometimes killing folks on their own song) fashion blogs, interviews and now on tour… she NEVER STOPS. Well, in 2016 she delivers her newest album on iTunes titled Scarlet Letter. Her latest video from this project is a song called, “Muse”. Check it out and do not hesitate to buy her album today, we promise you will NOT be disappointed. #FemaleFlowApproved
Category Archives: Video
#NewMusic Video by VP Records @EtanaStrongOne “I Rise”
From VP Records out of FL and Jamaica is Etana latest video “I Rise” directed by Scorpio21. She chose the name Etana, which means ‘the strong one’ in Swahili; her strength was manifested, this time around, by pursuing a musical career strictly on her own terms. Etana’s elegantly modest Rasta-chic sartorial style is as distinctive as her sound: an audacious fusion of folk, soul, jazz and reggae supporting a powerful vocal range suggestive of the ancestral spirit of South Africa’s Miriam Makeba, the regality of reggae queen Marcia Griffiths and the soulful verve of Etta James. “I looked at how women were being represented in (Jamaican) music and how little girls think that is the way it is supposed to be, and I wanted to be a positive influence and change some of the things they are taught,” Etana reflected. Etana has also been an advocate and activist for impoverished children in Jamaica and battered girls through her charity organization the “JUST ONE FOUNDATION”. Etana has been actively offering her services and time to various charity organizations in Jamaica, raising funds toward alleviating the problem of poverty in Jamaican garrison communities. A true ambassador for Reggae music and female in the music industry, she is relentless in spreading her message of “unconditional love” through positive music with the hope of uplifting her audience from any situation that render them weak or hopeless. Prepare yourself for the Etana Experience!
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Download on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/IRiseiTunes
New Video & Release Party for “Faded” by @JustinaMusic
You might have seen or heard her “Let the Birds Fly” track and you might even being doing the dance right now after you see and watch this new one titled, “Faded”. Justina is NOTORIOUS for murdering others songs and this is no exception. This time she takes on Ace of Base but puts her Jersey sprinkle on it. OH!, If you’re in NYC/NJ then you have to come by the single/video release party tonight for a performance and drink with her and Female Flow! See you there…. “All that I want is to get, Faded”!! _((Happy Birthday to ever so sexy Randy Haze))_
Overseas with @MissDjGlo as she turns out the Comedy Club!
What will happen when this super talented little lady becomes an adult? What a power house in the making. Of course if helps to be born into the hiphop lineage but it’s not mandatory. She is bi-lingual, dually talented if you count emcee & dj but don’t forget dancing and modeling. We are proud to post again about Miss DJ Glo who is definitely reppin for the ladies across the world. Keep up the good work and we look forward to having you in the States real soon!!
Around the world with Goal Diggin’ @3DNatee
Catch the latest trip of 3dNatee in this condensed 2 minute visual as she chases her goals, adds a new App for her fans and a new song to download!
New Video from @tialaflare aka Tia Nomore “Suck It Easy”
Straight out of Oakland is lil miss sassy Tia Nomore who states on her bandcamp, “i just record when i can and write all the time.” FF first discovered her on Soundcloud (which we are truly upset was just bought by Warner Music) with her song “Or Nah” featuring Kehlani which has over 340K plays. We love the fact that she isn’t trying to impress, just raw emotions for us when she feels like it. It takes the pressure off and allows the artists to just create when motivated, right? In the beginning she dropped 13th Grade which included 11 tracks some experimental, some in the pure essence of hiphop. Needless to say, she is def someone to check lyric wise as well as the producers she is working with is equally dope. But you let us know your thought… Tweet us @FemaleFlowMusic
#NewVideo – @MirandaWritesMC “Knowledge of Self”
We live in a world where actions no longer have consequences, morality is no longer a reality, our youth are not supported to be a change and there is no longer any respect or value of a human life. With that being said; in every shadow of darkness there will be a presence of light. Embark with Miranda Writes as she flourishes our souls, cleanses our minds and awakens our third eye. To be wise, strong, certain & fight for the beauty in life is the definition of a true warrior. “Knowledge of Self”
#NewVideo from @sarocthemc with David Banner titled “The Who?” and bonus video!!
Sa-Roc The MC hails from the southeastern area of Washington DC, a city that’s a mashup of poverty stricken hoods, a strong radical movement, and a fierce loyalty to cultural preservation. This is the cocoon from which Saroc was birthed and bred. Sa-Roc has recorded songs with Jay Electronica, Nappy Roots, Afrika Bambataa and Stic.Man of dead prez.
A product of Afrikan-centered parents, Saroc developed a rebel mentality from an early age. She grew up on the music of Jimi Hendrix, Gil Scott Heron, and Earth,Wind & Fire. Her musical soundtrack was a klash of sounds, from gogo, to rock, to hip hop. This foundation began an aural quest for different sounds and concepts in music. It wasn’t until 2002, when Sa-Roc met Atlanta producer Sol Messiah, that she began her love affair with the mic. as well as developed a sound that was 1 part hood poetry, 2 parts otherworldly, and totally new and fresh. From subject matter ranging from melanin to pyramids, Saroc spits metaphysical ideas over melodic hip hop beats, seeking to fuse knowledge of self with great music. She seeks to create not just a couple of albums, but a full-fledged musical movement. A cultural griot, Saroc intends to reinstate the art of emceeing to its former glory, passing down the legacy 1 sixteen at a time.
And don’t miss the fresh remix… “DC X ATLIENS” Produced by Organized Noize
#NewVideo – @3DNATEE – “We Made It” Remix
In her own words, “I linked up with Quincy Scott, a 20 year old director/editor from New Orleans, for the visual that we shot back at home. It’s public knowledge that I recently signed a deal with Russell Simmons’ All Def Music record label backed with distribution from Universal Records. When people heard the news, naturally the expected me flash money on Instagram, go and purchase a new car, or do some other flashy shxt to prove that I recently reached a new tax bracket. And although I’m richer than I’ve ever been, that’s not the reason I feel like I made it. I’m still driving the same Dodge and drinking 3D Na’Tee Daiquiris instead of Dusse and Ace of Spades. “She Made It,” or at least she’s on her way to making it, because she did it her way. And that my friends, is the coldest feeling ever.”
07 I was pedaling dope out my Tahoe/
married to medicine like the chicks off of Bravo
Used to spend my days pducking 5.0
Now I be out in LA doing Tabo
Did a deal/ I’m worth but I’m still strapped though
I guess I gotta buy a chain and a whip according to the black folks
I guess I gotta do it for the gram/ for the cam/ and spend a stack?/ NO
What the phuck I look like?/ that ain’t what I rap for
But I did it/ yeah I did it
Started shxtting on these bxtches y’all thought I was kidding
Told universal cut the cut the check/ Think I got a victim
Now I’m doing everything that I envisioned
To my admission/ I ain’t never have a pot to piss in…
#Video – “Competative Foursome” challenges our idea of a simple quartet
As women we are always challenging the norm. I recently saw this video which is from a musical competition inspired by movie “Salut Salon” directed by Ralph Pleger and song “Summer” composed by Antonio Vivaldi. They start off competitive but eventually work together as a quartet to make some pretty interesting music happen in an almost acrobatical way. Not your run-of-the-mill orchestra set…. but definitely inspiring.