For years, Beyoncé has been berated for not properly crediting people who contributed to her masterpieces. Even she admits to stealing at times. However, when it comes to her popular Instagram name, “Baddie Bey,” she cites teen sensation OMG Girlz as the creator.
In an interview with the Ishlist, they listed “7 Reasons Why Beyoncé Is A Baddie.” Beyoncé became aware of their video and used the nickname for her Instagram handle. She shouted them out in one of her infamous handwritten letters. Read More
“Aye! What is going on? Why are you gyrating in public?” sternly asks protective father T.I.. “O-M-G, S-M-H, exclamation point, exclamation point, sad… face!” Tip prefers the OMG Girlz in “loose pajamas, onesies and fuzzy slippers,” but they’d rather run around town looking for the boys with nice sneakers.
The New Wave Of Kid Entertainers
They follow up their successful first single, “Gucci This (Gucci That),” with the Bryan Barber-directed video for “Where the Boys At?” Both songs will appear on their Interscope debut, Officially Miss Guided, slated to release on October 2. Read More
Like much of the world, you’ve found yourself captivated and slightly staggered, in awe of a junior entertainer. Maybe it was their strong Michael Jackson influence, or their six-octave range at age six…or you possibly wishing that you had the guts to entertain the world when you were their age. This is now your moment to “stan” hard and affirm that child entertainers are on the rise; under five feet, but unanimously setting the bar high for Young Hollywood.
On BET’s now-defunct, Tiny & Toya, Tameka “Tiny” Cottle set out to form a teenage girl group, using her experiences from her stint in 90s quintet, Xscape. The OMG Girlz was the result and included Tiny’s eldest daughter, Zonnique/”Miss Star“, Breaunna ”Miss Babydoll” and Bahja/”Miss Beauty”. Their first video, “Gucci This (Gucci That)” surfaced recently and witnesses the teenage trio take on their infectious jam with lots of color.
Check it out below…