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City Girls Celebrate The Success of "Twerkulator" On The Billboard and Rolling Stone Charts


City Girls Twerkulator first solo song on charts

 

The City Girls celebrate their "first solo debut" on the Billboard (#51) and Rolling Stone (#31) Charts with "Twerkulator." I thought "Act Up" was their first solo charting song...??? Even though this song leaked, the City Girls/Boys showed up and showed out for their faves.


JT went on to thank the fans, their team, TikTokers, and everyone who posted a Twerkulator video. I guess next we finally get a video to keep the momentum going.


CONGRATS

 

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Tiffany
Tiffany
Jun 02, 2021

Act up didn’t chart immediately upon release. but twerkulator did..JT should’ve worded that differently because alot of people believe it’s their first ever solo charting song.

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Imani
Imani
Jun 02, 2021

Congratulations to them.

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N/A
N/A
Jun 02, 2021

I read Jts post as she was in jail when the group got the most success from Act up. This is dope. I’m really surprised that not even the Moneybag remix didn’t chart. Jt verse was dope and was every where. It was #1 in the streets. Even that last album I loved flowed out and I def would have thought jobs and pussy talk charted. It’s crazy how these charts work.

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kimro
kimro
Jun 02, 2021

@yaya it's the "Citizens" lol 😆 I also thought act up peaked at like 26. Also why are some songs much higher on RS when they don't include radio?

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Fck Yaya
Fck Yaya
Jun 02, 2021
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I refuse to acknowledge the “Citizens”😖

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Yeah I thought the same about Act Up but when I googled city girl chart history, they didn‘t even have a billboard page. Hopefully one is created and up for them soon because this is like their fourth charting song. Congrats to them, they worked hard for that debut, its well deserved. I hope a video drops next, it’ll keep up the momentum and hopefully rise on billboard (and if it doesn’t rise, so what, it doesn’t take away from the fact a leaked and uncleared song debuted on the chart).

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