Latto has quickly become the top female rapper out of the South in the last couple of years. She has made a lot of friends and enemies on her journey and today she has a few things to settle with her latest track Put It On Da Floor. The latest track produced by Go Grizzly is a response / diss record aimed at Nicki Minaj & Ice Spice who she has been going back and forth with over the past few months.

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Latto has dropped her new single, “Put It On The Floor,” and it’s a certified banger. The song is a trap-inspired track with a catchy hook and a hard-hitting beat. Latto’s vocals are on point, and she delivers a confident and empowering performance.

The song’s lyrics are all about Latto’s success and her refusal to be underestimated. She raps about her wealth, her fame, and her talent, and she makes it clear that she’s not going anywhere anytime soon. She also takes a few shots at her haters, telling them to “put it on the floor” if they’re really about it.

“Put It On The Floor” is a great example of Latto’s growth as an artist. She’s come a long way since her debut album, “Queen of Da Souf,” and she’s clearly not afraid to speak her mind. With this song, she’s setting the tone for her next era, and it’s clear that she’s ready to take her career to the next level.

In addition to being a great song, “Put It On The Floor” is also notable for its references to Latto’s beef with Ice Spice and Nicki Minaj. In the song, Latto raps about how she’s “not the one to play with” and that she’s “not afraid to clap back.” This is a clear reference to her feud with Ice Spice, which began when Ice Spice accused Latto of copying her style. Latto responded by calling Ice Spice a “wannabe” and a “hater.”

The song also contains a few lines that could be interpreted as a diss to Nicki Minaj. In one line, Latto raps about how she’s “the only female rapper in the game that’s actually doing something.” This could be a reference to Nicki Minaj’s recent hiatus from music. In another line, Latto raps about how she’s “not afraid to be herself.” This could be a reference to Nicki Minaj’s recent comments about how she feels pressured to conform to certain standards in the music industry.

It’s unclear whether Latto’s references to Ice Spice and Nicki Minaj are intentional disses or simply coincidence. However, it’s clear that she’s not afraid to speak her mind and that she’s not afraid to stand up for herself. “Put It On The Floor” is a powerful statement from Latto, and it’s a sign that she’s not going to back down from anyone.

Get your first listen to Latto’s Put It On Da Floor song here first and let us know what you think about the track below.


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