"Girls Like You" is a song recorded by American band Maroon 5, from their sixth studio album Red Pill Blues (2017). A remix version featuring American rapper Cardi B was released by 222 and Interscope Records as the album's third single on May 30, 2018. This version was written by Adam Levine, Cirkut, Cardi B, Starrah, Jason Evigan, and Gian Stone and was produced by Cirkut and Evigan. The single has reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, making it Maroon 5's fourth and Cardi B's third chart-topper, who extended her record for most number-ones among female rappers.
After extensive touring in support of their fifth studio album, V (2014), Maroon 5 began the writing and recording sessions for their sixth studio album. On October 11, 2016, the band released the tropical house single "Don't Wanna Know", featuring American rapper Kendrick Lamar. Another single, entitled "Cold", featuring American rapper Future, was released on February 14, 2017. Six months later, the band released "What Lovers Do", featuring American singer SZA on August 30. However, when the band unveiled the tracklist of their sixth album Red Pill Blues on October 4, 2017 and the two songs "Don't Wanna Know" and "Cold' are later revealed as stand-alone singles and was featured on the album's deluxe edition. Only "What Lovers Do", served as the album's lead single.
"Girls Like You" was revealed as the ninth track on Red Pill Blues via Apple Music. It was announced as the third official single from the album, following the song "Wait".
"Girls Like You" debuted at number 94 on the US Billboard Hot 100, and ascended to number four following its first full week of tracking after the music video's arrival. The single made the fourth-biggest jump (90 positions) in the Hot 100's history, and became Maroon 5's 14th and Cardi B's sixth top-ten single overall. After spending six weeks at number two behind Drake's "In My Feelings", "Girls Like You" reached number one on its 17th charting week, becoming Maroon 5's fourth chart topper–their first since 2012's "One More Night"–and Cardi B's third. Cardi extended her record for most number ones among female rappers. With "Girls Like You" following "I Like It" at the top of Radio Songs, Cardi B became the first female rapper to ever replace herself at number one on that chart. With the single, Maroon 5 scored its record-extending 13th number one on the Adult Top 40 radio airplay chart. It also became the 10th song by a duo or group to top Radio Songs for at least 10 weeks since that chart launched in 1990.
The clothing worn by the guests of the music video features several messages that represent various social justice and identity movements. Immigrant rights activist Angy Rivera of New York State Youth Leadership Council wears her organization's T-shirt with the phrase "Undocumented Unafraid Unapologetic". Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman wore a T-shirt with the phrase "Always Speak Your Truth". Jackie Fielder, founder of indigenous-led San Francisco Defund DAPL Coalition, wore a T-shirt with the words "Divest, Water is Life".
"Girls Like You" topped YouTube's 2018 Songs of the Summer list globally, and ranked third in the United States.
A vertical video was released on August 27, 2018 on Spotify. It features the same women who appeared in the music video, with the exception of Cabello. This video is also used for the band's Red Pill Blues Tour (2018–2019).
On June 14, 2018, the band announced "The Girls Like You Project" for fans around the world to participate is to take a picture on a collage in form of the song's single cover, it can be used on the website.
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^"Guld- och Platinacertifikat" (in Swedish). IFPI Sweden. Retrieved September 28, 2018. Type Benny Blanco, Halsey & Khalid in the top right search bar. Click on "Sok" and select Eastside and see certification.
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