City Girls Drop Hilarious Video for "Act Up" Featuring Lil Yachty

They shut down spring break with the “Act Up” Challenge.

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City Girls continue their momentum by dropping the music video to their hit single “Act Up.” The Miami-based hip-hop duo — who have been Billboard’s No. 1 Emerging Artists for 24 weeks in a row — finds Yung Mami stunting in her city while labelmate Lil Yachty reports on participants who partake in the “Act Up” Challenge during spring break. Watch the video above.

If you remember, Yachty revealed in April during an interview with Kerwin Frost that he wrote “Act Up” with the exception of JT’s last verse. “One day I was in the studio with my best friend Earl and he played the beat and said ‘write something for City Girls’ and I was like ‘okay.’ And I just did it,” he said.

In related news, we spoke to Yachty about his upcoming new music, living with his close friends and porn.

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