St. Thomas — If someone told you R. City wasn’t capable of making a hit track — they lied and should probably be reading this article. R. City is an industry sensation that’s quite literally, straight out of St. Thomas. The duo, made up of Theron and Timothy Thomas have charted on the Billboard Hot 100 and even produced a hit track on Beyoncé’s 2016 release of Lemonade.
Take a look:
1. Pour It Up – Rihanna
Strip clubs and dollar bills 💵💵💵
2. Nicki Minaj – Only ft. Drake, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown
3. If This Isn’t Love – Jennifer Hudson
Over a decade ago, Jennifer Hudson stormed onto the scene with her voice and a high profile role in Dreamgirls. This year is the 10 year anniversary of If This Isn’t Love.
4. We Can’t Stop Miley Cyrus
R. City gave Miley Cyrus’ relatively short career in hip hop a boost with this pop anthem. Whichever side of the aisle you’re one, We Can’t Stop was undeniably a banger.
5. Crazy Night R. Kelly R. City
Yooooooo, this track bumps!
6. Be My Baby – Ariana Grande
7. Kisses Down Low – Kelly Rowland
Remember when Kisses Down Low was playing in almost every car with a set ? Yeah, they wrote that too.
8. I Bet – Ciara
Admitting to the world that this is one of my favorite songs from Ciara 😩
9. All Night – Beyoncé
— Rock City (@RCity) June 11, 2016
10. Murda Bizness – Iggy Azalea feat. T.I.
Unfortunately this is article by Billboard is the only good news I could dig up on Iggy Azalea. Murda Bizness bangs though.
11. When I Grow Up – Pussycat Doll
This was was a surprise, but turned into one of the Pussycat Dolls’ most successful singles.
12. I’m Out – Ciara and Nicki Minaj
13. Man Down – Rihanna
Loud was one of Rihanna’s most vocal albums. R. City co-wrote and produced this track in 2010 with Shontelle during a writing camp in Los Angeles.
14. Ciara – Freak
Damn Ciara back again with the…
15. Fuck Love – Iggy Azalea
R. City is blessing hip hop house beats and I fucks with it.
16. Trini Dem Girls – Nicki Minaj
Trini dem girls, dem a pat the pum pum dem a wine up dem waist, dem a pat the pum pum pic.twitter.com/r1bC5jsHxe
— peter parker (@jerryconha) October 31, 2018
17. Everything Reminds Me of You – Tessanne Chin
18. Shower – Becky G
R. City we need an explanation.
19. Level Up – Ciara
20. L.A. Love (La La) – Fergie