That's What Little Girls Are Made Of

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"That's What Little Girls Are Made Of"
Single by Raven-Symoné featuring Melissa Elliott
from the album Here's to New Dreams
Released April 15, 1993
Format CD single, Cassette, Vinyl, 12", Promo
Recorded 1992
Genre Hip hop, R&B
Length 3:15
Label MCA Records
Writer(s) Chad Elliott, Melissa Elliott
Producer(s) Melissa Elliott, Chad "Dr. Ceuss" Elliott
Raven-Symoné singles chronology
"That's What Little Girls Are Made Of"
(1993)
"Raven Is the Flavor"
(1993)
Melissa Elliott singles chronology
"That's What Little Girls Are Made Of"
(1993)
"Brand New"
(1994)

"That's What Little Girls Are Made Of" is the debut mainstream single from Raven-Symoné featuring rapper Missy Elliott (credited as her full name "Melissa Elliott"), taken from her debut studio album, Here's to New Dreams. The song was written and produced by Missy Elliott. This is Symoné's biggest hit to date. On Behind the Music Missy reveals that she was excluded from the video because of her weight; on the same show she said she mocked that factor in her groundbreaking video "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)."

Track listing[edit]

12"[1]
  1. "That's What Little Girls Are Made Of" — 3:15
Cassette[2]
  1. "That's What Little Girls Are Made Of"— 3:15
Vinyl, 12"[3]
  1. "That's What Little Girls Are Made Of" (Extended Dub Remix) — 5:25
  2. "That's What Little Girls Are Made Of" (Bogle Mix) — 3:52
  3. "That's What Little Girls Are Made Of" (Raggamuffin Dub Semi-Instrumental) — 3:56
CD Single, Vinyl, 12", Promo[4][5]
  1. "That's What Little Girls Are Made Of" (Album Version) — 5:25
  2. "That's What Little Girls Are Made Of" (Album Dub Version) — 3:52
  3. "That's What Little Girls Are Made Of" (Dub Remix Radio Edit) — 5:28
  4. "That's What Little Girls Are Made Of" (Boogie Mix) — 3:52
  5. "That's What Little Girls Are Made Of" (Extended Dub Instrumental) — 5:27
  6. "That's What Little Girls Are Made Of" (Raggamuffin Dub Semi-instrumental) — 3:56

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (1993) Peak
position
US Billboard Hot 100[6] 68
US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs[6] 47

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