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K. Michelle has recruited City Girls and Kash Doll for a new single titled “Supahood.” The R&B singer has brought the hoods of Memphis, Miami, and Detroit together on the mid-tempo track.

Although the single officially features City Girls, only Yung Miami of the southern rap duo appears on the track, as JT is currently incarcerated.

K. Michelle took to Instagram early Friday (Sept. 19) to announce that the single was available on all platforms. Although the song is brand new, “Supahood” has already reached number five on the iTunes Top 100 R&B chart.

SUPAHOOD featuring @citygirls and @kashdoll available on ALL platforms! #AMAH @applemusic @spotify @tidal @amazonmusic @pandora

6,450 Likes, 213 Comments - K. Michelle (@kmichellemusic) on Instagram: "SUPAHOOD featuring @citygirls and @kashdoll available on ALL platforms! #AMAH @applemusic @spotify..."

“‘Cause the hooder the better, we badder together/The richer the n—-, the p—- get wetter/The hooder the better, we badder together/The richer the n—-, the p—- get wetter,” K. Michelle sings on the hook.

“When they super hood, yeah, that be super good/It’s just somethin’ ’bout them n—– when they out the hood/I let him hold my car with no license/Knock a b—- out, got ’em like I’m Mike Tyson,” Yung Miami raps.

“Used to have goals but he got rid of those/Went from movin’ O’s to f—–‘ wit’ CEO’s/When bad b——controls, neck and wrists get froze/And them the type of n—-, soak my p—- through my clothes,” Kash Doll raps.

Listen to “Supa Hood” below.


Provided to YouTube by Entertainment One U.S., LP Supahood · K. Michelle featuring Kash Doll and City Girls Supahood ℗ Entertainment One U.S., LP Released on: 2019-09-20 Featured Artist: City Girls Artist: K. Michelle Featured Artist: Kash Doll Auto-generated by YouTube.

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.