Big Girl Now

Album: The Block (2008)

Songfacts®:

  • This features "Let's Dance" singer Lady Gaga. The New York singer-songwriter told MTV News how she came to guest on this song produced by her friend Red One. (He produced her debut album The Fame). She explained: "He played them some of my records, and they said, 'Who is this chick?' So, I met up with the guys, and we actually ended up writing another song together. I've been blessed to be able to work with some top-tier producers and artists."

Comments: 2

  • Kayla from Ventura, CaThis is a great song. I believe this was the first song off their new album that I've heard. They did an amazing job with Lady GaGa.
  • Betj from Lima, OhI love New Kids! No matter how old they are I still think they can sing and come out with a great album.
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