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Worl-A-Girl is an American hip hop- and R&B-influenced reggae group, formed in 1991. Founding vocalists Charmaine (Charmaine DaCosta), Miss Linda (Linda Scott?), Sabrina (Sabrina Cohen?) and Sensi (Angela Wilks?)[1] released their first album in 1994. Charmaine left the group in 1995 to pursue a solo career as a gospel singer.

The group is perhaps best known for the single "Jamaican Bobsledding Chant" from the soundtrack for the movie, Cool Runnings.[2]

Partial discography

  • "Jamaican Bobsledding Chant" (single; 1993)
  • Worl-A-Girl (album; 1994)
  • "No Gunshot" (single; 1994)
  • "No Woman No Cry" (single; 1995)[3]
  • Party (album; 2000)


  1. ^ The full names of the vocalists other than Charmaine are not firmly substantiated; however, the writing credits for the single from the Cool Runnings soundtrack show the names indicated, though Charmaine's last name is given as "LaCosta".
  2. ^ "Worl-A-Girl - Jamaican Bobsledding Chant / X-Amount (Vinyl)". Discogs.com. 2014-04-17. Retrieved . 
  3. ^ "Worl-A-Girl Discography". Discogs.com. Retrieved . 

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