There is nothing subtle about City Girls. Their bars are as lit as the lifestyle they’ve built for themselves from the ground up, and they’ve got no problem telling everyone exactly what they want.
They’ve been holding it down for their hometown, Miami, while handling business and managing a few life detours, and now they’ve got the globe in their sights. JT is out of prison, Yung Miami gave birth to a beautiful baby girl, and they’re ready to take over and convert the whole world into City Boys and Girls.
Yung Miami and JT grew up together around Opa-locka and Liberty City, Florida. They spent their days listening to Pretty Ricky and Destiny’s Child, and their nights slaying at Miami’s teen clubs.
Thanks to their raw talent, unrelenting hustle, and fearless attitudes, that’s what they did. It started with a diss track about broke boys, 2017’s “Fuck Dat Nigga,” set to a beat built on Khia’s “My Neck, My Back.” Their high-key tribute to independent women also paid homage to Miami’s rap history — pioneers like 2 Live Crew and Trina, while at the same time announcing City Girls’ newness.