Flint Eastwood's song "Queen" is being used for ESPN's coverage of Wimbledon

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What does Detroit's Flint Eastwood and Venus Williams have in common? NO, Flint Eastwood doesn't have secret tennis skills that she's been hiding — they just both happen to be mother fuckin' queens on their respective games.

Flint Eastwood's single "Queen" from her latest release Broke Royalty was used as background music highlighting the Wimbledon coverage from ESPN over the weekend. Not only was Venus Williams destroying it at Wimbledon, but she is a certified queen and deserving of this epic song.



So congrats to Flint Eastwood on getting her song out there, congrats to Venus Williams for being a badass, and congrats to you for discovering this amazing song. Now go watch this video and buy all of Flint Eastwood's music!  

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