Yung Miami needs zero help making headlines. However, it's not her hit talk show Caresha Please that has fans raving. Although her talk show has made for many memorable moments. From talks of golden showers from music moguls to light-hearted chats with Meaghan The Stallion, it's easy to see how Yung Miami can't stay out of the headlines. This time around the one half of City Girls has come out in an interview with The Cut discussing things fans have been dying to know. In the interview Yung Miami confirmed that the album would be dropping this summer, but kept the exact release date on the hush-hush.
When asked about the album's release, Miami responded in classic City Girls fashion, "I don't know like, it's coming and it will sometime this summer-for real, for real, for real." She continued, "When you're doing a project, takes time. We're trying to sit through it and make sure that's what we want to put out. It's gonna hit different." Not only that she initially cleared that air confirming that her relationship with Diddy has ended along with clarifying her "golden shower" comments that had "Pee Diddy" trending on the internet. Yung Miami told the publication that she never said Diddy was the one she did it with but mentioned that sex is a part of life. Although, she did admit that maybe she does talk about it too much, but hey everyone's got their own experiences.
Yung Miami Talks New Album And More With The Cut
Fans have been waiting eagerly and somewhat patiently for a new City Girls album. Especially after their stellar performance at the 2023 Dreamville Festival. Furthermore, the premier of their docuseries RapCaviar Presents, on Hulu aired on March 30th stirring up even more buzz for the rap duo. The CityGirls are scheduled to perform at Rolling Loud Miami on July 22nd. Fans are speculating that will be when Yung Miami and JT make their return.
Yung Miami kept a tight lip on the exact release day, teasing, "Girl, I ain't even gonna tell." Evidently, it's clear that the City Girls are taking their time with their new album. However, she says it's the best representation of their music and their brand. Unfortunately, fans will have to wait like the rest of us. But Yung Miami promises this record's going to "Hit Different" which is more than enough assurance for fans patiently waiting. Have you peeped Yung Miami's interview? Let us know if you're excited for the new City Girls album in the comments below.