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Sunday, October 22, 2023

City Girls new album ‘RAW’ is on pace to sell 6-8k units in its first week

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that City Girls new album ‘RAW’ is on pace to move 6-8k units in its first week.

With RAW, the City Girls continue their knack for unapologetic lyrics, infectious beats and empowering messages – encouraging everyone to be self-confident and handle business to live their best life. The album is a bold and unfiltered exploration of the City Girls’ journey, both in the music industry and in life. With it, the album is a celebration of their success, resilience and authenticity – dually functioning as an anthem for self-assured women and men.

There’s something for everyone on “RAW,” shorthand for “Real Ass Whores,” an album that stays true to the revved-up party-starters that bolster their discography. JT’s “No Bars,” which dropped in the lead-up to the album’s release, sets a defiant tone, while Muni Long sands down the edge with an R&B touch on the slinky “Emotions.” Then there’s the brash, empowered City Girls that fans know too well: “Show Me the Money” demands respect (plus a Coupe and a Birkin); “Work For It” emphasizes that nothing comes for free, and the Lil’ Kim-sampling “Tonight” pulls no punches about what happens behind closed doors.

“RAW” is precisely what its title suggests: a record comprised of classic City Girls, from the X-rated lyrics down to the familiar samples (like Snoop Dogg’s “Drop It Like It’s Hot” and Willie Hutch’s “I Choose You”). They also take new swings, swerving into the pop lane on the glitter-bombed “Flashy” featuring Kim Petras. “We never really did a pop record,” says JT, who explains she heard a few different people on the hook before deciding Petras was the best fit. “It’s an experiment for the both of us. You just never know, and I feel like it’s just us trying something new.”

Forever repping Miami, Florida, the City Girls are entering a new era with the release of their third album, RAW.

The latest album comes after the Period mixtape that put them on the map, and their subsequent albums Girl Code and City on Lock – the latter of which was released in 2020. Since 2020’s City on Lock, the rap group has released a range of singles including “Face Down,” “Piñata,” “I Need A Thug,” “Good Love,” and more. But even with the singles, fans have awaited another full-length project from the empowering woman group.

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