Femcee 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 & 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, & Phlow', under the banner of Str8Buttah Productions and got rave reviews from the top music blogs. She's currently working on several songs with producer/DJ Teck-Zilla & Swedish producer Ryko amongst other ventures...Stay tuned!!!