Millions of people in cities around the world today are taking part in a global roster of youth-organized protests and marches sparked by the efforts of Swedish teen Greta Thunberg. Events will continue through next week, and a second strike is planned for Sept. Lin added that organizers are all under 20, emphasizing the youth-led charge for climate action. Thunberg, a year-old climate activist who has autism, briefly spoke to lawmakers in Washington, D.
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Their second studio album, City on Lock was released on June 20, After signing to Quality Control Music , JT and Yung Miami were ranked as the most popular developing artists of the week, according to the measuring activity across Billboard charts Hot , the Social 50 , and Billboard The duo recorded their debut studio track, "Fuck Dat Nigga", which was a diss track towards their ex-boyfriends for not giving them money when they asked. Soon the track, which features a prominent sample of fellow Florida rapper Khia 's " My Neck, My Back Lick It ", racked up hundreds of thousands of plays. It started taking off. At 17, they were performing in strip clubs, night clubs and block parties.
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An unedited demo of the song, then thought to be titled "Girls Who Run the World ", was leaked on the internet on April 18, The song's title and lyrics comprise an unapologetically aggressive message promoting female empowerment. The single peaked at number 29 on the US Billboard Hot chart, becoming her lowest performing lead single to date, and reached the top 10 in Australia, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, and Scotland. The song's accompanying music video was directed by Francis Lawrence and was filmed in California over a three-day span. Although her performance at the Billboard Music Awards was well received by critics, it ignited controversy surrounding the production due to visual similarities to a performance by Italian entertainer Lorella Cuccarini in February at the 60th Sanremo Music Festival in Italy. It's definitely riskier than something a bit more I just heard the track and loved that it was so different: it felt a bit African, a bit electronic and futuristic.