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
All Around the World
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 debut studio album by American R&B boy band Mindless Behavior. It was released on September 20, 2011, by Interscope Records and Streamline. The album debuted at number 7 on the US Billboard 200, with first-week sales of 36,000 copies in the United States.[2] To date,[when?] the album has sold 290,000 copies, and spinning its sales for more than 5.5 million ringtones and it contains with these singles that has sold 845,000 copies, while it had ranked over 160 million views via YouTube.[3]


The album's lead single, titled "My Girl" was released on August 24, 2010. The song was produced, and was written by Walter Millsap III and Hallway Productionz. The song charted at number 16 on the US Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop chart.[4] The remix to "My Girl", which features guest vocals from Young Money rapper Tyga and his label-mate Lil Twist, along with the American singer-songwriter Ciara.

The album's second single, titled "Mrs. Right", which features guest vocals from American rapper Diggy Simmons, was released on June 28, 2011. The song charted on the US Billboard Hot 100 at number 72 and on the US Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop at number 8. The remix of "Mrs. Right", which features guest vocals from UK's rapper Chipmunk. The video for the remix was added to VEVO. It is the same one as the original, except it was edited completely omits from its verse by Diggy Simmons and its intro, however, Chipmunk does not make the appearance in the video.

The album's third single, "Girls Talkin' Bout" was released on November 1, 2011. The song[when?] has charted at number 50 on the US Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop chart.

The album's fourth single, "Hello" was released on March 8, 2012.

Track listing[edit]

Credits for #1 Girl[5]

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



  • 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


  • 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


Chart (2011) Peak
US Billboard 200 7
US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard) 2

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format Label
United States[6] September 20, 2011 CD, digital download Interscope, Streamline
Canada[citation needed] September 21, 2011