Number 1 Girl

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#1 Girl
Studio album by Mindless Behavior
Released September 20, 2011
Recorded 2010–2011
Genre R&B, hip hop, pop, dance
Length 37:56
Label Interscope, Streamline
Mindless Behavior chronology
#1 Girl
(2011)
All Around the World
(2013)
Singles from #1 Girl
  1. "My Girl"
    Released: August 24, 2010
  2. "Mrs. Right"
    Released: June 28, 2011
  3. "Girls Talkin' Bout"
    Released: November 1, 2011
  4. "Hello"
    Released: March 8, 2012
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

#1 Girl is the studio album by American boy band Mindless Behavior, released on September 20, 2011. The album debuted at number seven on the US Billboard 200 with 36,000 copies sold in its first week.[2] To date,[when?] they have sold over 290,000 copies, and spinning off sales of more than 5.5 million ringtones and 845,000 singles while racking up over 160 million views on YouTube.[3]

Singles[edit]

  • "My Girl" was released in 2010 it charted at number 40 on the US Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Chart. "My Girl" has an official remix version which features Young Money rappers Tyga, Lil Twist, and hip hop/R&B singer Ciara produced by Walter Millsap III & Hallway Productionz.
  • "Mrs. Right" featuring Diggy Simmons was released in 2011 and charted on the US Billboard Hot 100 at number 72 and on the US Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Chart at number It is the same one as the original, except that it is edited to completely cut out Diggy Simmons and the intro, but Chipmunk does not make an appearance either.


Personnel[edit]

Credits for #1 Girl[4]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro"
  2. "#1Girl" (Lead Vocal: Prodigy)
  3. "Hello" (Lead Vocal: Prodigy)
  4. "My Girl" (Lead Vocal: Prodigy/Rap: Roc Royal)
  5. "Uh-Oh"
  6. "Hook It Up" (Lead Vocal: Prodigy/Rap: Roc Royal & Ray Ray/Spoken: Princeton)
  7. "Missing You" (Lead Vocal: Prodigy)
  8. "Future" (Lead Vocal: Prodigy)
  9. "Gone" (Lead Vocal: Prodigy and Roc Royal)
  10. "Girls Talkin' Bout" (Lead Vocal: Prodigy)
  11. "Mrs. Right" (feat. Diggy Simmons) (Lead Vocal: Prodigy/ Rap: Diggy Simmons)
  12. "I Love You" (Bonus Track)
  13. "Kissing Games (I Can't Get Enough)" (Bonus Track)


Musicians[edit]

  • Craig Crippen Jr.
  • Chresanto August
  • Rayan Lopez
  • Jacob Perez
  • Boi-1da - Bass, Drums
  • Candice "Goldie" Nelson - Vocals
  • Diggy Simmons - Rap
  • DJ Break - Percussion
  • Jerry Williams - Guitar
  • Matthew Burnett - Bass, Keyboards
  • Walter Millsap - Vocals
  • Walter W. Millsap III - Vocals
  • DJ Soundwave - Personal DJ

Production[edit]

  • Aaron Miller - Assistant Engineer
  • Anthony Saleh - Management
  • Boi-1da - Producer, Programming, Sequencing & Editing
  • Candice "Goldie" Nelson - Composer, Producer
  • Chris Galland - Assistant
  • Cliff Feiman - Producer
  • Dana Hammond - Producer, Programming, Sequencing & Editing
  • Dave "Diz Mix" Lopez - Assistant Engineer
  • Dave Hyman - Assistant Engineer
  • Dave Russell - Mix Engineer
  • David Russell - Mix Engineer
  • Erik Madrid - Assistant, Engineer, Mixing
  • Gregory "Yung Billionaire" Watts - Producer, Programming, Sequencing & Editing
  • John "Styles Amillie" Millsap - Producer, Programming, Sequencing & Editing
  • Jukebox - Producer, Programming, Sequencing & Editing
  • Kam Sangha - Producer
  • Kenneth Crear - Management
  • Kevin McCall Jr. - Composer
  • Keisha R. Gamble - Composer, Management
  • Lamar Van-Sciver - Composer, Producer, Programming, Sequencing & Editing
  • M. Samuels - Composer
  • Manny Marroquin - Mixing
  • Marcus De'Andre Walker - Composer, Producer, Programming, Sequencing & Editing
  • Matthew Burnett - Producer
  • Nathaniel Williams - Producer, Programming, Sequencing & Editing
  • Nelson Jackson III - Producer, Programming, Sequencing & Editing
  • P. "J. Que" Smith - Composer
  • Staci Yamano - Management
  • Troy Carter - Management
  • Vincent Herbert - Executive Producer
  • Vito Orlando - Recording Engineer
  • Walter Millsap - Arranger, Assistant Engineer, Composer, Executive Producer, Management, Producer, Producer - Vocals, Programming, Sequencing & Editing, Recording Engineer
  • Walter W. Millsap III - Arranger, Assistant Engineer, Composer, Executive Producer, Management, Producer, Producer - Vocals, Programming, Sequencing & Editing, Recording Engineer

Charts[edit]

Chart (2011) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard 200 7
U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 2


|- | United States[5] | September 20, 2011 | rowspan="2"| CD, digital download | rowspan="2"| Interscope, Streamline |- | Canada[citation needed]


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