As far as teen R&B albums go, Mindless Behavior's #1 Girl isn't too bad. Much like post-millennial pop group B2K, this quartet of Los Angeles boys doesn't have a dominant vocal presence, and it's hard to enjoy their songs without imagining the liquid dance moves in their videos. The clear standouts are singles like the title track and "Mrs. Right," where they and rapper Diggy Simmons celebrate the ladies over a grinding beat reminiscent of Chris Brown's "Look at Me Now." Other tracks, like the sugary "Hello" and "Hook It Up," rely on a tasteful amount of Auto-Tune.