The City Girls are ready to rock 2020 with a bag of musical tricks and visuals to match.
Today, they celebrate their ambition plans by covering Billboard magazine and giving the publication insight into their lives. Lives, they’ll draw from to create what they hope will be a fresh batch of hits.
Miami on her mother’s incarceration?
I missed my mama, and I was just going through a lot trying to figure it out. I kind of felt alone.
JT on being forced to grow up faster than her peers?
I was rebellious because I didn’t have my mama around — nobody could tell me what to do. When I started hanging out with Caresha, I was pillar to post. I started running away. I didn’t like it at my daddy’s house; I didn’t like it nowhere no more.
Why they have no time for “dream selling” men….
You gotta be careful with them dream-selling-ass men who be like, ‘Baby, when I get this, we gonna live it up; now give me $500″. And these rich n—s will sell you a dream, too, so don’t you get it confused. It’s a lot of women out here getting drained.