What Them Girls Like

Album: Theater of the Mind (2008)
Charted: 33
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  • This song features Sean Garrett and Chris Brown. Garrett is best known as a producer and songwriter. Among his composing credits are Usher's "Yeah!," Destiny's Child's "Soldier" and Chris Brown's "Run It!." Garrett's debut solo single "Grippin,'" which was released in February 2008, featured Ludacris.
  • Ludacris told MTV News about this song: "Basically, we're naming everything girls like, in a song. So when you hear it, you'll understand exactly what I'm talking about. If you don't know what girls like, then I'm going to tell you in this song. I'm going to let you know exactly what they like, just give you a couple points. It's going to help you with the entire rest of your life. That's what it's going to help you with for sure."


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