City Girls release video featuring Doja Cat

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July 06, 2020…Miami…Today City Girls release “Pussy Talk (featuring Doja Cat).” WATCH AND LISTEN to the Southside-produced track and Daps-directed video HERE.

Last week the City Girls released the first of a 5-part docuseries, YUNG MIAMI’S SECRET. Watch HERE. Produced by Quality Films, episodes feature honest footage captured throughout JT and Yung Miami’s turbulent lives and careers and will air in weekly installments on Thursdays at 3pm EST.

The road to City Girls’ second LP, City on Lock, came with struggles and the girls’ strength and support to overcome those struggle — and being a City Girl means to never fold. And with the triumphant reunion and release of City On Lock, the City Girls quickly trended on twitter, went to #1 on the Apple Music album chart, and are now #1 most added at the Rhythm Radio station format.

“We Love Yal SOOOO MUCH! Yal really have made this the best experience regardless of the circumstances. It’s summer and the CITY ON LOCK. #Period #CityOnLock” they wrote on their Instagram.

City on Lock speaks to individuals doing what they need to do to keep themselves moving and thriving in an unstable environment. The City Girls relay a consistent theme of Girl-Power, independence, and trying to have fun when the world feels like it can be working against you. Best friends since middle school, JT and Miami have made their way to the top with an in-your-face unapologetic swagger, demanding respect with a self-empowering message. As Billboard noted in their cover story, the ride-or-die sisterhood between the two is inspirational and exemplary in the way the City Girls wish to empower everyone.


“The appeal of City Girls’ music is the duo’s ability to turn up, take up space, and demand the crème da la crème, despite life’s hardships. City on Lock underscores their humor and their money-making mission, but it’s also tempered with reflection.” – Pitchfork

“They rap ferociously in pursuit of victory, dismissing cash-poor suitors and unworthy foes.” -THE NEW YORKER

“Raunchy, in-your-face songs for the independent women of the world.”- XXL

“A synthesis of perspective reminiscent of Run-DMC and Salt-N-Pepa” – PITCHFORK

“Two women as co-pilots, shattering the boy’s club that had been assembled…In less than six months, they’ve managed to generate a following for their ability to be completely unfiltered in their penchant for men “who gon’ swipe them Visas.” – NOISEY

“Probably the most impactful duo since OutKast, UGK, CNN or Mobb Deep changed how we even saw Hip-Hop twofrs.” – THE SOURCE


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