Go On Girl

Album: Because of You (2007)
Charted: 96
  • Ne-Yo told Billboard magazine that "Go On Girl" is "My answer to [Beyoncé's] 'Irreplaceable.' A lot of baby daddies, boyfriends and husbands were mad at me because of 'Irreplaceable,' so I had to do something geared toward the fellas, empowering the guys a little bit."
  • Hype Williams, who directed the clip for Ne-Yo's #1 hit "So Sick," helmed the music video, which features America's Next Top Model's Cycle 6 competitor Jade Cole.
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