Yung Miami and JT take us for a tour of Miami.
Quality Control’s City Girls, one of their most recent signings, are intent on continuing the label and management group’s winning tradition with their fervid music and demeanors, materialized on their label debut, Girl Code. Most recently, the dynamic duo, comprised of Yung Miami and JT, delivered the music video for the project’s Lil Yachty-penned hit, “Act Up.”
Framed around the narrative of spring break being cancelled in Miami, City Girls revolt by incentivizing all annoyed individuals to join them in taking back spring break by recording themselves “acting up”. Interspersed with fan-recorded footage and Yung Miami and JT flexing on the Miami streets, the “Act Up” video aptly distills City Girls’ undeniable appeal and captivation into an entertaining music video.
A track intent on imparting party vibes, the accompanying visual brings the exhilarating sonics to life, and proves how QC’s penchant for signing commercially-transcendent talent is continuing with full-steam ahead.
Quality Control, helmed by the influential Coach K, has emerged as one of the industry’s preeminent labels and management groups thanks to auspicious signings and the executive team’s foresight. Consistently inking deals with perennial artists, from Migos to Cardi B, QC has emerged as the de facto landing spot to launch careers into the stratosphere. City Girls have confidently stepped-up to the plate, and are completely ready for their moment — for their time to “act up.”
Watch City Girls’ “Act Up” video below: