City Girls aren’t thinking about settling down for anyone. As JT formally states within the pre-chorus, she doesn’t belong to anyone. “I am that b*tch however I am not your b*tch,” she says within the PERIOD monitor. The emphasis is positioned on their standing as perpetual facet chicks right here as Yung Miami and JT are completely happy offering for themselves. At this level of their profession, they’re each doing fairly properly for themselves. Of course, JT stays locked up however as soon as she’s out, she’ll be completely happy to listen to all in regards to the success they’ve skilled as certainly one of Quality Control’s priorities.
This is simply the most recent video that the duo has launched since JT was arrested with the 2 embracing Caribbean vibes. Both members of the group are current, which implies that this was filmed some time in the past. Take a have a look at their most up-to-date video above and be sure you try their PERIOD venture right here.
Though Yung Miami and JT are separated whereas JT serves time for credit-card-fraud fees, the duo continues to launch music and visuals for followers. Their most up-to-date launch is a music video for his or her banger, “Millionaire Dick.”
Directed by Video God, the video options a wide range of artfully shot scenes. Each member of the rap duo is depicted able of energy. Whether it is JT on a revolving chair, Yung Miami commanding a room of males in a Sharon Stone, Basic Instinct impressed scene, or the duo delivering their very personal ‘Bread Talk,’ there is no such thing as a doubt the 2 ladies are in cost and severe in regards to the bag.
It’s solely pure that they require any potential suitors to match their swag.
It’s been over a year since Bhad Bhabie released her debut single, “These Heaux.” Many assumed that she wouldn’t last until the end fo 2017 but she’s managed to prove her naysayers wrong. Over the past year, she’s been nominated for awards, hit the road on headlining tours and collaborated with some major artists. Today, she comes through with her official project, 15.
Bhad Bhabie has officially released her debut mixtape, 15. The rapper’s latest project runs for fifteen songs deep and features appearances from some major artists. Bhad Bhabie grabs several artists off of the Quality Control roster for the project. Lil Baby appears on “Geek’d” while Lil Yachty and City Girls feature on the previously released, “Gucci Flip Flops” and “Yung and Bhad,” respectively. YG, Ty Dolla $ign and Asian Doll also appear on the project.
With the project now out for public consumption, Bhad Bhabie is set to hit the road with Lil Yachty on the “Disrespect” tour in the coming weeks. The tour kicks off on October 24th in Baltimore before concluding on November 28th in Santa Cruz.
Peep Bhad Bhabie’s new mixtape, 15 below and let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.
Though they’re very new to the scene, City Girls are already a part of a Hot 100 No. 1 hit, due to their additional vocals on Drake’s “In My Feelings.” It’s one of a few unconventional aspects of the South Florida duo’s rise, another factor being member JT’s recent incarceration for credit card fraud, which will see her serve a two-year sentence as the group’s excellent debut PERIOD continues to gain momentum. Before she began serving time in July, the two rappers filmed the video for “Period (We Live),” a triumphant track that features some powerful synth-brass to bolster the big personalities of JT and Yung Miami. In the clip, they cruise on jet skis, hit the beach, and are backed by a parade of horn and drum players.
The duo are signed to Coach K’s Quality Control Records, which is also the home of Migos and Lil Yachty. You can stream their new project here.
With the “In My Feelings” challenge still being attempted by men and women trying to go viral, Drake has himself another hit. However, this one was a little surprising since it tends to be a random cut from the less-popular side of Scorpion. Regardless, it still packs the star power that Drake will always bring around with him and has been sitting comfortably atop the Billboard charts for a few weeks. With the hype still inevitably real for the track, now is perhaps the best time to release the official music video, which Drake has just done.
Shot down in New Orleans as spotted a couple weeks ago, the Karena Evans-directed clip stars a slew of public figures, including La La Anthony as Drake’s love interest Keke and Phylicia Rashad as her mother. In addition to that, Shiggy, who helped propel the song to the top of the charts thanks to the “In My Feelings” challenge, also makes a cameo, as well as Yung Miami of the City Girls and Big Freedia. It follows up his latest video for “Nonstop,” which just dropped last week.
Check out the official video (above) and sound off in the comments. Scorpion available now on iTunes.