You probably know Yung Miami from City Girls.
And you likely know City Girls from this song they did with Cardi B…
As half of City Girls, Yung Miami has made her name through music.
Yung Miami, born Caresha Romeka Brownlee on February 1994, gained attention in 2018 on Drake’s video for “In My Feelings.”
City Girls then signed with Quality Control Music.
Later that year, they unveiled their first mixtape, “Period.”
However, the duo’s creativity was overflowing, and they promptly released their first full album, “Girl Code.”
The hottest song from the album, “Twerk,” went Platinum and earned 230 million YouTube views.
In 2020, City Girls released their follow-up album, “City on Lock.”
The album featured stars like Doja Cat, Lil Baby, Lil Durk, and Yo Gotti.
Their song “Twekulator” became a viral hit, getting over 1.1 million uses on TikTok.
In 2021, Yung Miami tried out being solo.
She released “Rap Freaks,” her debut solo song.
Yung Miami is more than a gifted rapper.
She also runs an online merch store, Caresha Please.
According to the rapper, Caresha Please is a safe digital space for women to let out their inner City Girl and vent.
The store’s products include thongs, candles, t-shirts, socks, and more.
The rapper also used Caresha Please as the name of her new show.
The series, which airs on Revolt, focuses on conversations Yung Miami has with both prominent and upcoming rappers.
Before City Girls took off, the entrepreneur was an Instagram influencer.
She was also a successful influencer, promoting several influential brands on her platform.
Yung Miami: Making Paper One Hustle at a Time
Yung Miami is among the hottest new rappers, and she’s already earned the attention of mega-stars like Diddy.
The rapper might claim she scammed her way to being famous, but I beg to differ; she has worked hard to reach this level and deserves everything good that comes her way.