Born in Savannah Georgia, and now based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Flau’jae doesn’t just boast about being unbreakable, she’s the real deal. With her new single, ‘I Can’t Break’, this young artist demonstrates just how resilient and flexible she really is.
Flau’jae is still only 18 years old, but already signed by Jay-Z to Roc Nation, and also excels at basketball, playing guard for LSU. With her electrifying hip-hop she raps with a precision that artists twice her age would envy. In basketball, she’s just as skilled.
Flau’jae, whose father, the rapper Camouflage was sadly murdered before her birth (and is as yet unsolved), came to the attention of many on the third series of reality show, ‘The Rap Game’, back in 2017. The youngest of five rappers on the show, her searing vocals won her many fans. Further exposure on the TOGETHXR television program FENOM, a series designed around her story, saw her following increase, as they learned about her rigorous training, as well as the hardships she’d experienced – as well as her prodigious musical talent.
On her new single, ‘I Can’t Break’, Flau’jae harks back to the Dirty South sound of her heritage, while blending it with the smooth, piano-driven melodies so favoured by the likes of Drake and so on. Flau’jae’s vocals are compelling and immediate, and she is gifted with the art of storytelling, instantly engaging her audience.
The video for ‘I Can’t Break’ sees Flau’jae reveal herself to be a triple threat, as she is an absolute natural in front of the camera. Battered by circumstances, she is pushed to the very brink in a relationship that’s turned sour. There’s a burning car in her front yard, and an argument in the bedroom tells us she’s fallen on hard times. We also see the good times however; it’s not all been bad, and maybe there’s a chance for reconciliation. Flau’jae’s natural charisma is evident, and if she wanted to get into acting she’s certainly got the chops for it and has a gift for facial expression, letting each smile, sneer, or fierce, set jaw speak without her having to say a word.