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April 29, 2011  | by: Bianca Salvant

Mindless Behavior

Hold onto your lunch money, there are some new kids on the block who are determined to take the spotlight. A young group of kids that have barely reached their teens, Mindless Behavior are simply concerned about having fun and being mindless about almost everything!

But they’re not so mindless about their music.  The teenyboppers, Prodigy, Roc Royal, Ray Ray and Princeton, have teamed up with Tyga, Lil’ Twist and Ciara for the release of their new version of “My Girl.”  They are only 13, but they have created a sound that appeals to all age groups.

Although they are a unit, the members of Mindless Behavior are still individuals with very strong characteristics. Prodigy was given his name because he is a fast learner and has mastered the arts of dancing and music. Ray Ray came up under the ranks of famed Los Angeles battle dancer Tommy The Clown. Roc Royal began rapping when he was eight years old and also found his way to dance troupes where he learned to balance his creative niche.  And Princeton got his start at the age of four, appearing in television commercials for Skechers, McDonalds and Nike, as well as music videos.

Their movement is redefining the word “mindless” and sending a powerful, much-needed message to youth. Mindless Behavior is a new, effortless way of thinking that promotes individuality.  “If you’re confident and not afraid to stand out, you’re mindless. If you get good grades in school, you’re mindless. If you express yourself, you’re mindless,” commented the group.

They have shown their maturity by wanting to assist their peers in being themselves. This proves that age isn’t a factor, and even the little people can help make a difference!

Check out Mindless Behavior’s “My Girl” remix below:

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