Pebbles - Girlfriend

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Music video by Pebbles performing Girlfriend. (C) 2004 Geffen Records

Perri Nixon (formerly known as Pebbles), born Perri Alette McKissack on August 29, 1966, is an American dance-pop and urban contemporary singer-songwriter.

"Girlfriend" is a 1987 single from R&B singer Pebbles' self-titled debut album. Reaching number five on the Hot 100 and number one on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart, it was one of her biggest hits. "Girlfriend" also peaked at number twenty-four on the dance charts..

The song was co-written by future production gurus, Antonio "L.A." Reid (Pebbles' boyfriend at the time) and Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, who were then currently still in their band, The Deele. The two also performed background vocals in the song. In fact, just before the closing lyrics of the bridge, Pebbles can be heard shouting, "Hey Deele, sing!..."

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