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G.R.L. releases new song 'Show Me What You Got' on 'Now 49' album

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New girl group G.R.L. released the song "Show Me What You Got" on Tuesday. The ladies' latest track is a part of the "Now That's What I Call Music" compilation series.

G.R.L. was put together by the Pussycat Dolls creator Robin Antin and the group is currently working with producer Dr. Luke on a debut album. The five ladies in G.R.L. include "Party Rock Anthem" singer Lauren Bennett, Paula van Oppen, Natasha Slayton, Emmalyn Estrada and Simone Battle, a finalist on season one of "The X Factor" U.S. They released the promo single "Vacation" last year on "The Smurfs 2" soundtrack.

"Show Me What You Got" is featured on "Now That's What I Call Music! Vol. 49" as a "Now What's Next!" song with other up-and-coming artists. G.R.L.'s electro-pop sound is drenched in some urban beats. The ladies tell a potential beau to prove themselves on the track. "If you want to be me with, show me what you got," they mightily sing in unison. "Show Me What You Got" is a cute pop song with some girl power edge.

G.R.L.'s first official single will be released later this year.

Listen to "Show Me What You Got" on SoundCloud.com

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