Girl Authority is the debut cover album by pop girl group Girl Authority. The album is a cover album of previous hit songs by other female solo singers and girl groups, with the exception of two songs, originally recorded by Smokey Robinson & the Miracles and ABBA. The album was successful on many album charts, including Billboard Top Kid Audio (a chart that records sales of children's music albums), where it reached #9. The album also managed reach #5 on the Top Heatseekers Chart, and eventually peaked at #167 on the Billboard 200, the main album chart.
Marisa Brown of Allmusic called the album "too much too bear", criticizing "the fact that many of the songs are thematically inappropriate for kids" and "the semi-talented yet extremely puerile interpretations, with the intermittent giggling and nasally tag-team-like vocals".