February 11, 1994 (29)
Yung Miami, part of the rap duo City Girls, has made a significant impact in the music industry with her vibrant and energetic performances. Emerging onto the scene with JT as City Girls, the duo quickly gained attention with their bold and unapologetic style.
The duo’s music career took off with the release of their debut studio album “Period” in 2018, followed by “Girl Code” later that same year. These albums featured hits like “Twerk” and “Act Up,” which became anthems for their fans. Their collaboration with Cardi B on “Twerk” catapulted them to new heights.
Yung Miami’s collaborations extend beyond City Girls, working with a range of artists that showcase her versatility and reach in the music industry. She has collaborated with Drake on “In My Feelings,” where the City Girls’ influence was unmistakable. Collaborations with Lil Baby, Lil Yachty, and Jacquees further cemented her position in the industry. Her work with Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat, and Saweetie highlights her connection with other prominent female artists, creating powerful musical alliances. Collaborations with artists like French Montana, Quavo, and Moneybagg Yo demonstrate her ability to cross genres and appeal to a broad audience.
Yung Miami and City Girls have received several nominations and awards that reflect their impact on the music scene. They were nominated for Best Group at the BET Awards and won the Best Duo or Group at the BET Hip Hop Awards. Their cultural impact was further recognized with nominations for Top Rap Female Artist at the Billboard Music Award.