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City Girls Explain Why They Wanted to Work With Kim Petras on New Album & More | Billboard News

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City Girls stopped by Billboard News and opened up about their new album, RAW, working with Kim Petras, their relationships with Diddy and Lil Uzi Vert, their support for the transgender community and more!

Catrise J:
People were talking about it, talking about you’re in the Illuminati. How do you … what do you say to people that say that to you?

JT:
I don’t even, girl … the Illuminati, call me!

What’s up? It’s the City Girls and you’re watching Billboard News. Period.

Catrise J:
Hi, everyone. It’s your girl, Catrise J, with Billboard News, and we have the City Girls! Welcome!

Yung Miami:
Hello.

Catrise J:
So I want to start with the new album, which I’m very excited about. Your first single on the record is with Kim Petras called “Flashy.” What made you want to work with Kim Petras?

JT:
We were looking for somebody who was going to sound good on the record. And Kim Petras, I think that she’s dope and she sounds great.

Catrise J:
What’s your favorite songs off the album?

JT:
My favorite songs change every day. If I could pick my favorite song today, it would be “Work for It.”

Catrise J:
Hmm … Why is it that song?

JT:
I like the beat because it’s like a sample of one of my favorite songs. I think that’s why I’m so in love with “Work for It” because they remind me of nostalgia and my childhood.

Catrise J:
Also, you mentioned earlier we were talking “F–k the D to the A” — that’s an older song. So are some of the songs a mixture of newer songs, older songs that you, like, recorded, never released, or …?

JT:
“F–k the D to the A” is the second song we ever recorded. It’s like raw and authentic, just like the name of the project. Like, our day one fans always ask for it to be on streaming, so it’s like a surprise to them. It’s like a gift to our day ones.

Catrise J:
That’s exciting. That’s quite a gift.

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