The Girls on Drugs
by Wale

Album: Album About Nothing (2015)

Songfacts®:

  • Originally featuring on Wale's 2014 mixtape Festivus, this song is an anthem for all those girls who turn to drugs and mind-altering substances to escape reality. Wale reminds us that they, "still need love."
  • The song uses a sample of Janet Jackson's 1997 The Velvet Rope track "Go Deep."

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