City Girls is an American hip hop duo that has taken the music industry by storm since they emerged in 2017.
Top music videos by female rapper duo City Girls
Listen and checkout the best City Girls music videos like Rap Freaks, Twerkulator, Strub Tha Ground, P*ssy talk and Where the Bag at.
Flashy by City Girls featuring Kim Petras (2023)
"Flashy" is a collaboration between City Girls and Kim Petras, which has become one of the standout tracks on City Girls' third studio album, RAW. The "Flashy" is an anthem for glamour, money and expensive lifestyle from lyrics to visuals.
Anything less than a mill, i'm leaving
with somebody's son on the island, wylin, smilin
A place where these hating ass hoes cant find me
The song is about "flashing" one's designer fashions, jewelry, and living in the lap of luxury. The title "Flashy" is fitting, as the track has an infectious bounce, shimmery synth keys, flange-heavy guitars, and luxurious lyrics that give off sheer opulence.
The music video features City Girls and Kim Petras wearing designer outfits, such as Louis and Gucci, and showcasing their penchant for the finer things in life. The video also includes scenes of the artists enjoying a luxurious lifestyle on a private plane and at a disco-ball-lit disco and Kim Peras flashing her breasts.
"Flashy" marks City Girls' venture into pop music, which is a first for the rap duo. JT mentioned in an interview with Vanity Fair that the song is an experiment for both artists, and they are trying something new.
The collaboration between City Girls and Kim Petras was well-received, with both artists expressing their excitement about working together. Kim Petras mentioned that she is a big fan of City Girls and that the experience of making the "Flashy" video and collaborating on the song was fun and exciting.
Good Love by City Girls featuring Usher (2022)
Roller skating themed music video the 'Good Love' by City Girls was directed by DAPS in 2022.
Rap Freaks by Yung Miami (2021)
"Rap Freaks" is a solo single by Yung Miami, born Caresha Romeka Brownlee, and is inspired by the risqué bars spit by rappers such as Trina, Nicki Minaj, Lil Kim, and Biggie Smalls. The song features name-drops of fourteen popular artists, including Diddy, Megan Thee Stallion, and others.
Yung Miami was inspired to write "Rap Freaks" by the legacy of rappers who have released racy, name-dropping tracks. The song is playful and not to be taken too seriously, with Miami stating that nothing is personal or literal.
The music video "Rap Freaks" features racy scenes involving whips, cages, and some other provocative elements.
The release of "Rap Freaks" has sparked a lot of buzz and discussion on social media platforms, with fans and critics alike reacting to the song and its controversial lyrics.
Money bag I’m in the yo I got a hit song
I need a verse come thru, just leave ya bitch home
Pussy hot and ready bring it to you like it’s door dash
I can’t even picture myself fuckin’ on lil Kodak
Many men wanna suck dis clit but I want 50 cent
Music video "Rap Freaks" was produced by Quality Control Music and published on Youtube 29.10.2021
Twerkulator by City Girls (2021)
When City Girls dropped their music video for single, "Twerkulator," in July 2022, no one expected it to become an instant sensation. But the infectious dance track quickly took off, thanks in part to its catchy beat and unapologetic lyrics celebrating women's empowerment. The song's popularity culminated in a viral music video that showcases the duo's signature style and flair.
According to an interview with Switched On Pop, a podcast that dissects pop music, City Girls member Yung Miami revealed that "Twerkulator" was created during a studio session with producer DJ Official. The two were experimenting with different sounds and melodies until they landed on the winning formula. Yung Miami described the process as organic, saying, "It was like, 'Let's just make a girl anthem.'"
One of the key elements that make "Twerkulator" such a standout track is its unapologetic lyrics. City Girls proudly declare their love for dancing and their bodies, singing, "It's time for the twerkulator, It's time for the twerkulator / It's time for the twerkulator, It's time for the twerkulator." The repetition of the phrase not only creates a sing-along effect but also reinforces the message of self-love and confidence. The song is a paean to the joys of dancing and, specifically, twerking—but it's also a statement of independence and autonomy.
For those interested in diving deeper into the lyrical nuances of "Twerkulator," Genius provides an excellent breakdown. Their analysis highlights clever wordplay, such as the use of "twerk" as a metaphor for success and the repeated mention of "hittin' them folks," a nod to the song's catchy hook. Additionally, Genius points out that City Girls subvert traditional gender roles by embracing their sexuality and celebrating their own strength.
I'ma shake what my mama gave me
I'ma shake my money-maker
It's time for the twerkulator
Directed by Daps and Missy Elliott, the visual features City Girls performing choreographed routines alongside a group of backup dancers. The clip has amassed millions of views across various platforms, with fans praising the duo's chemistry and charisma. As PopSugar UK observed, "The video is filled with bright colors, bold fashion choices, and of course, plenty of twerking.".
Despite being released few years ago, "Twerkulator" already feels like a classic. Its catchy melody, uplifting lyrics, and viral music video have cemented its place in pop culture history. Moreover, the song's message of female empowerment and self-expression resonates with listeners worldwide. As Vulture aptly put it, "City Girls' 'Twerkulator' Is the Most Fun You Can Have With Your Clothes On.". "Twerkulator" is a twerk anthem and an ode for twerking!
The song's impact extends beyond its chart performance, serving as a reminder of the power of self-love and the importance of celebrating women's voices in music.
Flewed Out (Alternative Video) by City Girls featuring Lil Baby (2020)
P*ssy Talk by City Girls featuring Doja Cat (2020)
Jobs (alternative version) by City Girls (2020)
Act Up by City Girls (2019)
Careless by City Girls (2019)
Twerk by City Girls featuring Cardi B (2019)
Season by City Girls featuring Lil Baby (2018)
Not Ya Main by City Girls (2018)
Tighten Up by City Girls (2018)
Millionaire Dick by City Girls (2018)
Sweet Tooth by City Girls (2018)
Period (We Live) by City Girls (2018)
Where the Bag at by City Girls (2018)
Music videos featuring City Girls
Best music videos featuring Yung Miami and/or JT.
Strub Tha Ground by Quavo Featuring Yung Miami (2021)
Throat Baby by BRS Kash featuring City Girls (2021)
Said Sum Remix by Moneybagg Yo featuring City Girls, DaBaby (2020)
Young & Wild by Baby Soulja Featuring City Girls & Keymah Renee (2019)
Peach by Pardison Fontaine featuring City Girls (2019)
Wiggle It by French Montana featuring City Girls (2019)
She a Winner by Trouble featuring City Girls (2019)
Fuck It Up by YBN Nahmir featuring City Girls & Tyga (2019)
Surf by King Combs featuring City Girls AZChike & Tee Grizzle (2019)
City Girls | Yung Miami and JT
City Girls is an American female rapper duo by Yung Miami and JT hailing from Miami, Florida. The duo's music primarily comprises rap, with influences from contemporary and southern rap. City Girls was established in 2017 in Miami, Florida.
Dynamic hip hop duo City Girls first gained attention for their unheralded guest appearance on Drake's chart-topping "In My Feelings" in 2018. Soon after in 2018, Yung Miami and JT become familiar names to whole Hip Hop community. Yung Miami also made an appearance on the reality TV show "Love & Hip Hop: Miami" in 2018.
City Girls networth
The pair has an estimated combined net worth of $11 million (2023), earning more than half a million annually.
City Girls real names
Yung Miami real name is Caresha Romeka Brownlee and JT real name is Jatavia Shakara Johnson.
City Girls discography
City Girls has produced two studio albums, one mixtape, and 31 singles (including 20 as a featured artist).
Their debut studio album, "Girl Code," features vocals from Cardi B, Lil Baby, and Jacquees5 and debuted at No. 63 on the Billboard 200 chart.
The release of their second studio album, "City on Lock," in 2020, debuted at No. 29 on the Billboard 200 chart.
City Girls' most notable songs include "Twerk," featuring Cardi B, and "Act Up," both of which peaked in the top 30 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Interesting facts about City Girls
- Childhood friends: Yung Miami and JT have known each other since they were teenagers and actually met through mutual friends.
- JT's legal troubles: JT was sentenced to two years in prison in 2018 for credit card fraud. She was released in 2020 and has since resumed her music career with City Girls.
- City Girls' early music career: Before signing with Quality Control Music, City Girls were self-promoting their music on social media and performing at local clubs in Miami.
- Yung Miami's pregnancy: In 2019, Yung Miami announced that she was pregnant with her second child, which caused some controversy among fans who were concerned about the future of City Girls. However, the duo continued to release music and perform together, and Yung Miami gave birth to a healthy baby girl in October 2019.
- Philanthropy: City Girls have used their platform to give back to their community. In 2020, they donated $50,000 to the Miami-Dade School District to help students who were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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