A reissue titled Baby Baby was subsequently released on March 13, 2008.The group started promoting the song on the SBS's music show The Music Trend on August 5, and subsequently had it reached number one on Mnet's M! The second single, "Girls' Generation", written and produced by Lee Seung-Chul and Song Jae Jun, was released on November 1, 2007.Minaj decided to keep Cassie's vocals on the track, but re-wrote the majority of the verses and additional production elements were also included."I love her verses on this record, she went in," Cassie told MTV News about working with Minaj, "I love when women collab and are all about girl power.It's not that we're against the boys; we just wanted to sing about them.And Nicki is so inspiring, I learned so much from her just even being on camera and watching her perform." It was written by Minaj, Anjulie Persaud, along with Jonas Jeberg and Jean Baptiste, who produced and co-produced the track respectively.It was the lead single of the repackaged album of the same name."The Boys" is a song recorded by American rapper and singer Nicki Minaj and American singer Cassie.
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The tour Girls' Generation Asia Tour Into the New World was used to promote the album, alongside with music shows promotion before the tour, which started on December 19, 2009 in Olympic Fencing Gymnasium, Seoul, South Korea, ended in Taipei Arena, Taipei, Taiwan on October 17, 2010.
Minaj can be heard saying, "Whoa, I wanna live on this block." Cassie explained everyone had an opportunity to play on set with their interpretation of the track, and she came up with the idea of sporting a men's suit with Ken doll-inspired hair while counting money to "mock the boys a little bit." The final scene originated from Tilley so there would be "some sort of ending to the story." She cleared up the original concept and talked about the experience: "[Nicki's] taking over, she's re-upping, she's re-loading, so that was just Colin's off-the-wall concept and idea but I love it.
I've never done a video that's actually felt like pop art when I was on the set.