R&B rookie Journey Montana displays her inconspicuous sex appeal and sultry vocals on latest release, “Bad Girl.” Featuring Quality Control's Metro Mars, the single toggles between melodic harmonies and bass-induced verses. Both artists share an intimate embrace in a bed for the accompanying visual.
“Bad Girl” has a soulful R&B beat with mellow bass and snaps. Montana’s voice is soft and feminine with a confident demeanor. She sings the chorus, “When good girls have bad days, it ain’t nothing to play with / Make you say my name, make you speak my language.” Metro Mars joins the track with slow and calculated bars. He has a contemporary sound with vocalized rhymes and a slower approach. The music video shows the rapper tied to a bed as the singer sits on top of him, both performing their verses.
Alongside “Bad Girl,” Montana also released its inverse, “Good Girl.” Channeling both sides of a teenage love story, the artist shows emotion and vulnerability. With over 1.2 million streams and a recurring role on the CW’s All American, Journey Montana gives no sign of slowing down and continues to tease new music on her social media.
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