“Them Girls Be Like” references everything from "Mean Girls” to Beyonce.
Whereas the pop quintet’s ultra-catchy “Bo$$” named-dropped the likes of Michelle Obama and Kanye West, their sassy new song “Them Girls Be Like” is full of pop culture references ranging from the 2004 comedy “Mean Girls” to Beyonce.
Listen to the track, which premiered Saturday on MTV.com, below.
“Them Girls Be Like” is the latest song from Fifth Harmony’s upcoming debut, Reflection, due Nov. 17 on Epic Records. The group recently changed the album’s cover art after fans expressed their dislike for it.
“Y’all spoke. We heard. We agreed. #5HNEWReflection,” Ally Brooke Hernandez tweeted on Aug. 22, along with a slick black-and-white photo of Fifth Harmony members wearing fedoras.
— AllyBrooke Hernandez (@AllyBrooke) August 22, 2014
The original cover art, which was revealed in mid-August, showed Fifth Harmony members Brooke, Normani Kordei, Lauren Jauregui, Camila Cabello, and Dinah Jane standing side by side looking confident in a color photo.
Fifth Harmony will compete for their first Moonman in the Artist to Watch category at the VMAs on Sunday. The group will perform “Bo$$” in the parking lot of the Forum in Inglewood, Calif., prior to the VMAs.