K. Michelle enlists the rap skills of Yung Miami of City Girls and Kash Doll to hype up their type in Supahood.
All three women have vastly different musical styles but their lyrical content is similar in taste. On Supahood K. Michelle expresses her affection for men who she describes as “the hooder the better.” Her claims of these types delivering monetarily and sexually are backed up by Kash Doll and Yung Miami.
Kash Doll kicks off her verse, “If he ain’t a hood ni**a why bother” summarizing the entire song. A video for Supahood is coming soon as K. Michelle shared a preview through social media.
The ladies who have all echoed similar messages throughout their music share their authentic desires and experiences. Supahood brings together a charming crew and gives fans something to relate too. Listen to the song below: