By Devon Jackson
Updated May 13, 1994 at 04:00 AM EDT

Worl-A-Girl, named after the Jamaican patois for ”world of girls,” these four women are sure to add as much spice to dancehall reggae as Salt ‘N’ Pepa did to rap. A welcome antidote to hypersexed ragamuffins like Shabba Ranks, Girl’s thumpin’ hip-hop harmonies (”X-Amount”), herky-jerky rhythms (”Pain A Back”), and clever lyrics are every bit as catchy as Chaka Demus & Pliers (of ”Murder She Wrote”) and as infectious as another all-female group-Bananarama, of all people.