For those who did not know Victoria Monet before today, Party Girls is the perfect introduction for the American singer, songwriter, and producer. Hailing from California, USA, the artist collaborated with Reggae’s Buju Banton in a sultry 90s vibe RnB jam. Party Girls was produced by D’Mile, Yonatan “SDTRK” Ayal, and Dready and will feature on her highly anticipated album Jaguar II alongside Smoke and last year’s Coastin.
“Party Girls is an ode to women around the world who keep celebrations alive!” Monét said in a press statement. “If you recall any social gathering, nightlife extravaganza or day party you’ll likely recall a moment where a woman made it so much more exciting! I wanted to make a song giving credit where it’s due, while simultaneously curating a sensual Caribbean-infused R&B song to continue the fun to. I hope this song makes you feel sexy, empowered and appreciated!”
Victoria has been in the business since 2010 writing for headline artists like Brandy, Nas, and Chloe x Halle. She is no stranger to Grammy nominations as she notched four this year with two alongside long-time friend Ariana Grande. Her first major success came in 2020 after the release of her album Jaguar featuring Khalid and SG Lewis (Experience), with Kehlani appearing on the remix to Touch Me.
Buju Banton powers into the song following Monet’s sultry vocals creating a balanced RnB and dancehall vibe. The song is being tipped to be the summers’ banger but time will tell as there are a few contenders. The video does justice to the song depicting a 90s basement scene and Victoria Monet’s beauty comes to the fore. She clearly has a lot going for her and am sure the collaboration will introduce her to more fans in the Caribbean. Give Party Girls a listen and see what you think about Victoria.