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Flo Milli’s ascension in the commercial space continues to pick up steam as she has secured yet another new accolade this week.

On Wednesday (December 27), Billboard reported that the Alabama native’s viral social media hit “Never Lose Me” has entered its Hot 100 tally less than a month after it was released alongside a Lil Yachty remix.


Just days after the 23-year-old released another remix of the song with Bryson Tiller, the original has debuted on the coveted Hot 100 chart at no. 84 for the week of December 30. Earlier this month, the track made it onto the Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs lists, where it currently sits at #21 and #17 respectively.

Soon after, the rapper took to social media and expressed her gratitude by writing: “omggg Flo Millitary thank yall so much for getting me to chart on @billboard twiceee [crying emoji] lets see if we can get “Never Lose Me” to Number 1.”

While Flo Milli — who made the 2022 HipHopDX Award‘s Best Female Rappers list, is enjoying the beginning of her Billboard run, Nicki Minaj has made history in that same space.

Earlier this month, the New York MC released Pink Friday 2 and instantly took over the table with unprecedented numbers.

Latto Becomes First Rapper To Score No. 1 Single On Billboard Hot 100 This Year

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According to Chart Data, Nicki’s latest project has broken the record for landing the most number of songs on the Hot 100 from a rap album by a woman, with 17 of its 22 tracks securing a spot on the list.

14 of those debuted on this week’s index, with the Lil Uzi Vert-assisted “Everybody” being the highest at No. 26, followed by the Drake crossover “Needle” at No. 34 and “FTCU” at No. 42.


Other tracks include “Barbie Dangerous” (No. 58), “Are You Gone Already” (No. 60), “Let Me Calm Down” featuring J. Cole (No. 63), “Beep Beep” (No. 64), “Big Difference” (No. 73) and “RNB” featuring Lil Wayne and Tate Kobang (No. 80).

“Super Freaky Girl” peaked at No. 1 last year, while “Red Ruby da Sleeze” (No. 13) and “Last Time I Saw You” (No. 23) had made appearances on the chart prior to the LP’s release.