/  10.28.2020

JT and Yung Miami continue to take over the rap game with their latest. Today, City Girls release a new visual for the Cheeze Beatz and CuBeatz-produced “Flewed Out,” which features Lil Baby and sees the QC stars rapping about the two sides of being summoned by aircraft for a good time:

“JT back, trap n***as bring the blues out, I was in the cell, Yung Miami gettin’ flewed out, put this p***y on him, make a n***a say “ooh, ahh”/

City Girls hot but my jewelry too cool, everybody wanna be relationship goals, how they trick sis, we ain’t savin’ these h***, fly a hood b***h from Miami to Melrose/”

The accompanying visual sees direction from the legendary Benny Boom and begins with a hodge podge of characters boarding what looks like an updated version of “Soul Plane.” Elsewhere, City Girls and Lil Baby can be seen showing off their valuables, with Yung Miami going airborne on a stripper pole while JT seduces the pilot — played by comedian Desi Banks — in the cockpit during the flight.

“Flewed Out” is taken from City Girls’ second studio album City On Lock, which boasts 15 tracks and additional appearances from Lil Durk, Doja Cat, and Yo Gotti. Prior to that, the Floridian duo delivered their introductory mixtape Period and debut LP Girl Code in 2018.

This week also saw City Girls take to the stage for the 2020 BET Hip Hop Awards, giving viewers a virtual live rendition of standout tracks “P***y Talk” and “Jobs.” Lil Baby even made an appearance alongside his artist 42 Dugg to perform their hit track “We Paid,” which can be found on the deluxe edition of Lil Baby’s chart-topping sophomore effort My Turn.

Fans can pack their bags and press play on City Girls and Lil Baby’s “Flewed Out” clip below.


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