The Most Prevalent Song In Pop Culture?

The Most Prevalent Song In Pop Culture?
"Identity Thief" is as bad as the reviews indicate, but it does possess two moments of sublimity: At the beginning and end of the film, director Seth Gordon made the wise decision to use the song "Bad Girls" as a music cue, thus making the M.I.A. track his film's unofficial theme.

If hearing "Bad Girls" in a piece of popular culture seems familiar, that's because it is: Over the last year, "Bad Girls" -- released on Jan. 31, 2012 -- has been used in a wide variety of film and television properties. It's the "Paper Planes" of right now ("Paper Planes," of course, was the "Paper Planes" of 2008). To celebrate "Bad Girls," let your chain hit your chest and enjoy a brief history of the track in the timeline below.

Jan. 31, 2012: "Bad Girls" is released as a single.

March 12, 2012: "Skins" features "Bad Girls" in the Season 6 episode "Liv.
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