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The song charted in Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Korea, Switzerland, the UK and the US solely on downloads and was distributed in physical format on 12 March 2012. The single was chosen as Zane Lowe's "Hottest Record in the World" alongside Jack White's "Love Interruption" (2012). Bill Lamb of rated the song three and a half stars (out of five), praising its chorus and composition and writing that "this may be just be the kind of curveball that the artist M. Damn straight, MIA, damn straight." In his 3.5 out of five star review, Will Hermes of Rolling Stone concluded: "This repolished highlight from M. A.'s Vicki Leekx mixtape still rides a slinky, Bollywood-style Danja beat, and the key line flips the emotional script: 'I had a handle on it/My life, but I broke it.' As anthems to recklessly empowered car sex go, surprisingly melancholy." Without being released as a single, "Bad Girls" debuted at number 62 on the UK Singles Chart, and at number 17 on the UK R&B Chart on 11 February 2012.

"Bad Girls" was released as a digital download a day after its world premiere on radio and online.

A shorter version of the song appeared on Vicki Leekx (2010), a free online mixtape on 31 December 2010.

The song's lyrics revolve around sexual prowess and female empowerment, while its chorus features the refrain "Live fast die young, bad girls do it well" sung in a haughty rap-sung delivery. Although he enjoyed the "bright and clean" rhythms of the track, Klingman reprimanded its lyrical content.

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