Meet Philly’s Good Girl: Four ladies with a 90s sound
Who doesn’t love music from the 90s? For those who grew up in that decade, there’s a certain feeling we get when we hear its music. It makes us reflect on the great memories we had during those times. What’s even better is new music that sounds like it came from the 90s, especially hip hop or R&B. This is why Philly R&B group Good Girl is important for this generation. These lovely ladies – Megan Nicolle, Morgan (J.L.), Courtney (Bobbie) and Arielle – not only have a sound that has been missing for years, but they also showcase authentic talent to their listeners and audience.
These girls can sing like it’s nobody’s business, and they’re outstanding dancers. Seeing them perform is like watching the next generation of female-fronted R&B groups – listening to them, you can hear pieces of TLC, Destiny’s Child, Aaliyah, 702, En Vogue, SWV, Janet Jackson, Blaque, and many more. Their new EP, 90s Kinda Love, is nothing but good music that gives you that feeling that only the music from that generation could give you. Songs like “Shouldn’t Feel This Good” will make you want to two-step with your significant other at a cookout. Check out the EP below via Datpiff, and catch Good Girl live at World Cafe Live on Monday, September 23rd when they open for Day26; tickets and information can be found at the XPN Concert Calendar.