The song, which appears on their debut album Reflection, is packed with pop-culture references and a catchy beat that will have you humming the new jam in no time. Can you spot the “Mean Girls” and Beyoncé refs?
"Like "Bo$$," 'Them Girls Be Like' oozes self-assuredness, this time swatting down female rivals instead of tongue-wagging males. The millennial-friendly lyrics are an absolute blast to swim through: "We ain't like them girls that do too much/If you thirsty, you can't sit with us," the girls declare, saluting a well-worn Mean Girls catchphrase seconds after celebrating no-filter selfies.", according to Jason Liphutz of Billboard.
"I don’t know if it’s the tongue-clicking, their smooth melodies, or the snappy lyrics that draw me in the most, but this song is a keeper. It’s a girl-power anthem but with a more chilled-out melody compared to “BO$$.” It feels very 21st century as the girls sing about shamelessly taking selfies and not being fazed by the haters. You can’t argue with lyrics like “Loving this life cause we really don’t care.” You do you, Fifth Harmony.", according to Rebecca Mattina of andPOP.
"It gives me Beyoncé vibes if she used teenage slang and was still doing the group thing. The track is fun, and I’m sure it’s relatable to a lot of girls that will probably jam out to the track – not one of my favorites though.", according to Marcel Jeremiah of PPcorn.