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This letter to Jatavia Johnson and Caresha Brownlee (the City Girls) argues that the rap duo's brand, music, and videos are prime examples of Hip Hop and percussive feminism. It also explains how their contributions to the rap industry as Black womxn have inspired other Black womxn to embrace their sexuality, live freely, and disregard politics of respectability. Personal experiences from the author are incorporated to display how the City Girls are empowering and inspiring a new generation ofdoi:10.34718/615a-4q59 fatcat:ov2dnzlsmvf4xdokbjoto66wei