Victoria Monet’s new song “Party Girls” is a dancehall-inspired track that celebrates the freedom of letting loose and having fun. The song is about being unapologetically yourself and not caring what anyone else thinks. It’s a feel-good anthem that is sure to get you moving.
The song was released on May 10, 2023, and it is the third single from Monet’s upcoming album, “The Feminine Agenda.” The album is set to be released on June 10, 2023.
“Party Girls” is a departure from Monet’s previous work, which has been more R&B-oriented. The song is a reflection of Monet’s growth as an artist and her willingness to experiment with new sounds.
The song has been met with positive reviews from critics, who have praised Monet’s vocals and the song’s catchy melody. “Party Girls” is sure to be a hit with fans of dancehall and pop music.
Victoria has collaborated with artists such as Ariana Grande, Tinashe, and Kehlani.
She is also a vocal advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and a self-described “nerd” and loves comic books and video games.
Lastly, she is a proud cat mom to her cat, Willow.
About the Artist
Victoria Monét (@VictoriaMonet) is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer. She was born in Atlanta, Georgia on May 1, 1989. She began her career as a songwriter, writing for artists such as Ariana Grande, Tinashe, and Kehlani. In 2014, she released her debut EP, “Journey to the West”. Her debut album, “Coca & Butter”, was released in 2017.
Monét is known for her soulful vocals and her catchy, upbeat songs. She has been praised by critics for her songwriting skills and her ability to connect with her audience. Monét is a rising star in the music industry, and she is sure to continue to make waves in the years to come.
Buju Banton (@bujubanton), born Mark Anthony Myrie on July 15, 1973, is a Jamaican reggae dancehall musician. He is considered to be one of the most significant and well-regarded artists in Jamaican music. Banton has collaborated with many international artists, including those in the hip hop, Latin and punk rock genres, as well as the sons of Bob Marley.