A Buncha Girls

Album: Frankie Ballard (2011)
  • Michigan native Frankie Ballard flew to Venice Beach in Southern California to film the video for this summer anthem. He told The Boot about the clip: "This one is all about the girls, that's what we wrote the song about. It's about how they do their thing. They stick together and they always run in groups: girls' night out, ladies night, they go to the bathroom together. [laughs] They're always hanging tight. I wanted to write an anthem for them this summer, so when they're hanging out, going to the beach or doing their thing, they're cranking up this song."

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