K. Michelle teases forthcoming collaboration, "Supahood," with City Girls' Yung Miami and Kash Doll

Derek Blanks

Derek Blanks

On the heels of announcing the title of her next album, K. Michelle has now teased a forthcoming ladies night anthem titled “Supahood," featuring City Girls' Yung Miami and Kash Doll.

Taking to Instagram, the singer shared a behind-the-scenes clip of the accompanying video in which she sports multiple looks and takes a joyride in a classic American street rod. The trio even makes room for one more as Yung Miami's growing baby bump makes a cameo. 

“Honestly, I couldn’t have picked a more SOLID group of ladies,” K captioned the video post. “No drama, just women bout the music and they business. Thank you for being apart of my new album beautiful ladies!”

In addition to dropping the news of the fiery posse cut, the "Can't Raise a Man" vocalist shared a few details about another impending single, “Just Like Jay.” Both songs are expected to appear on K. Michelle's long-awaited fifth studio album, All Monsters Are Human, which has yet to be given a release date.

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