"Girls" is a song by American hip hop group the Beastie Boys, released in 1987 as well as the music video as the seventh and final single from their debut album Licensed to Ill. Like "(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party!)", this song was never performed live and it is one of the few songs on the album that are not in the vein of their standard rap songs.
Song structure and lyrics
The song is the shortest on the album, lasting just over 2 minutes long. The song's instrumental is relatively simple, consisting of a drum beat being played over a vibraphone loop, with occasional pauses. The song contains many similarities to the song "Shout" by The Isley Brothers.
Lyrically, the song talks about the narrator (Ad-Rock)'s desire for women. He recalls a experience from two years before with a woman who had an interest in the narrator's band mate MCA. MCA did not share her feelings and permitted the narrator to pursue her romantically. Ad-Rock takes the woman for a walk near a body of water and asks for her hand. The woman rejects his proposal. She moves to a far away location but in the present day the narrator sees her back in town showing interest in his other band mate, Mike D.
Amber Lily Solberg was born on January 18, 1997 near Los Angeles, California, to parents Eric Solberg and Maria Elena Baduria. She is half Norwegian and half Filipino. Solberg began singing at the age of 5, where she sang Christina Aguilera's song "Reflection" at her school's first grade talent show. Later on, at age 7, she starred in her first musical theater production. On August 8, 2008, she released her first full-length album, Amber Lily, which contained 9 original songs, each co-written by Solberg and Simone Sello, who produced the entire album.
Radio Disney's Next Big Thing (2009-2010)
Amber Lily was a featured artist on Disney's "Next Big Thing", or "N.B.T", alongside 4 other acts, which were announced late 2009.
Two original singles were featured on the show: "2 2 2 L8" and "Next To You." They were later featured on her second album, Coming to Life. Amber Lily did not win the competition, but has been featured on Radio Disney's channel, the same thing happens with Coco Jones and "N.B.T." winners, Kicking Daisies.
... the WestAfrican heavy duo. However, the ambiguity of the song has left a lot of music lovers, and fanatics in a dilemma, as they unable to fathom who Stonebwoy was referring to as "Ama" (a girl's name of African origin meaning "born on a Saturday") in the hook of the song.
It’s a metaphor made real and turned right back into allegory for both the book and the series – with a fictional steam train helping to carry something as a big and horrific and unfilmable as the slave experience in the passenger of one girl named Cora (SouthAfrican rising star Thurso Mbedu).
The book was sort of a modern-day "boy who cried wolf" story, only it was about a little girl named Lucy who had a bad habit of telling lies ...Cherry's "HairLove" tells the story of a young AfricanAmerican girl named Zuri, who wants to celebrate a special day with a special hairstyle, which she gets with the help of her father.
Halima Cisse, 25, from the WestAfrican country wrote her name in history as a mother of nonuplets -- five girls and four boys -- and she and the babies are all "doing well," said a written statement from the Mali...
Her name was Jaslyn Adams. She was a beautiful young African-American girl, all of seven years old. Late in the afternoon of April 18, she was with her father at a McDonald's drive-thru in the West Side of Chicago....
Just in time for World Book Day today, Africa’s first kid superhero is on a mission to save all the books that have been taken by the evil Tobor! YouTube Originals delivers a two-part special with Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o as the voice of MamaDunia in the new animated series featuring a young superhero African girl named Sema.
National Aviary Welcomes BabyAfricanPenguin, 11th Chick To Hatch At Facility ... It revealed the chick’s gender to be a girl, and the name Marge has been chosen by one of the Aviary’s donors in honor of his own mother ... It's a girl! Marge was named by generous donor, Board Member, & friend, Rich Caruso, after Rich’s mother.