As Hip Hop duo City Girls spread their creative wings to do more solo endeavors (see: JT on Summer Walker‘s ‘Ex For a Reason’ and more), we can expect to see more and more of each rapstress making marks on the charts.
This week, group member Yung Miami became the first of the ‘Twerkulator’ twosome to take residence on the Billboard Hot 100 by herself.
Despite a polarizing response to her latest solo single, ‘Rap Freaks’ (which even garnered jeers from her fellow rapper/‘Do It On the Tip’ co-star Megan Thee Stallion), buzz around the short track was enough to place Miami (born Caresha Brownlee) as a penciled name on the refreshed Hot 100 for the first time by her lonesome.
Premiering at #81 on the tally, the song’s entry also comes as the week’s second-highest Hip Hop debut (behind the #61 opening of Lil Uzi Vert‘s ‘Demon High’). Among all genres, it’s the third highest Hot 100 debut of the week (behind Ed Sheeran‘s ‘Overpass Graffiti’ and Lil Uzi Vert).
Look below to see who joins Brownlee on this week’s TGJ Chart Check: Hot 100.