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Debate: How Teens Hear 'Promiscuous'

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Debate: How Teens Hear 'Promiscuous'

Debate: How Teens Hear 'Promiscuous'

Debate: How Teens Hear 'Promiscuous'

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Belia Mayeno-Choy gives Nathan Hadden a look — for "hollerin'" at her. Ayesha Walker hide caption

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Ayesha Walker

Belia Mayeno-Choy gives Nathan Hadden a look — for "hollerin'" at her.

Ayesha Walker

The song "Promiscuous Girl" has been everywhere lately: the top of the Billboard charts; the No. 1 iTunes download; and all across the radio dial.

The song is a dialogue between singer Nelly Furtado and the producer and musician Timbaland. Their flirting conversation in the song generated a conversation among several of the young men and women at Youth Radio.

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