Song of the Day: ‘Jobs’ by City Girls

“I don’t work jobs. Bitch, I am a job.”

Name: City Girls
Representing: Miami, Florida
Genre: Rap/Hip-Hop
For fans of: Megan thee Stallion
Single from: City On Lock
Produced by: Kiddo Marv & COMPOSE
Song of the Day: June 26, 2020
Label(s): Quality Control Music/Motown/Capitol Records

With Pride Month in full effect and with the public outcries and support of Black people happening all over the world, City Girls’ video for ‘Jobs’ is layered with representation and authentic storytelling. The Florida duo didn’t get White straight men in blackface or cis-gender men to portray gay men as several casting directors have done in the past. From their flawless acting to Yung Miami’s outstanding twerking skills, the ladies are a bundle of joy, and it feels good to see them back together. ‘Jobs’ is an anthem, especially for the independent hustlers out there trying to survive and keep their businesses running in a global pandemic. When Sunday’s Eatery fires you, make an OnlyFans and be a boss, only if you won’t regret it, or start a business that suits your lifestyle. It’s time.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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