Every Girl

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"Every Girl"
Single by Young Money
from the album We Are Young Money
Released April 6, 2009 (Radio)
June 11, 2009 (Digital)
July 26, 2010 (UK)[1]
Format CD single, digital download
Recorded 2007
Genre Hip hop, dirty rap, R&B
Length 4:49 (single)
5:13 (album)
Label Young Money, Cash Money, Universal Motown
Writer(s) Dwayne Carter, Aubrey Graham, Jarvis Mills, Jermaine Preyan, Carl Lilly
Producer(s) Tha Bizness
Certification Gold (RIAA)
Young Money singles chronology
"Every Girl"
(2009)
"BedRock"
(2009)
Lil Wayne singles chronology
"Prom Queen"
(2009)
"Every Girl"
(2009)
"Down"
(2009)
Drake singles chronology
"Successful"
(2009)
"Every Girl"
(2009)
"The One"
(2009)
Jae Millz singles chronology
"Every Girl"
(2009)
"BedRock"
(2009)
Gudda Gudda singles chronology
"Every Girl"
(2009)
"BedRock"
(2009)
Mack Maine singles chronology
"Every Girl"
(2009)
"Tapout"
(2013)

"Every Girl" (album version titled "Every Girl in the World") is a song by rap group Young Money Entertainment released as the first single from their debut collaboration album titled We Are Young Money. It was legally released to the iTunes Store on June 11, 2009. Young Money Entertainment rappers Lil Wayne, Drake, Jae Millz, Gudda Gudda, and Mack Maine make appearances on the track. The video was shot on February 13, 2009 and was released on April 6 of that same year. The song was leaked to the internet on January 28, 2009, just two days after "Prom Queen" was officially released.

A few lines of "Every Girl" are recycled from an unreleased song by Lil Wayne & Mack Maine titled "Throw it Back", which was produced by Kane Beatz.

Music video[edit]

The video for "Every Girl" was released on April 6, 2009 and features the Young Money artists and animation from humorous pop-up words and sentences and distortion of a silver Rolls-Royce Phantom in the video. Former Danity Kane member D. Woods makes a cameo appearance in the video with Birdman as well as Young Money artists Lil Chuckee and Lil Twist. The song was written by Christopher Hicks,from the NDSS incorporation.

It ranked at #12 on BET's Notarized: Top 100 Videos of 2009 countdown.

Charts[edit]

Chart (2009) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 10
U.S. Billboard Pop Songs 40
U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs[2] 2
U.S. Billboard Rap Songs [3] 2

End of year charts[edit]

Charts (2009) Position
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 67[4]

Remixes[edit]

A remix of the song was released by Nappy Boy Entertainment featuring T-Pain, Tay Dizm, Young Cash, and Travis McCoy. The video, filmed in the NB Mansion, debuted on the Nappy Boy website.

There are also remixes of this song by R. Kelly, Tyga, Sammie, Red Cafe, Trey Songz and Kirko Bangz. Female rapper Shawnna also did a freestyle to the song.

R&B singer K. Michelle released a response track titled "Fakin' It," featuring Missy Elliott.

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