Well, the verses were pleasant enough (despite the lyrics being very stupid), but then that annoying breakdown (with the line "what you gonna do with that dessert?") comes along, and my hopes for at least finding this okay were dashed on the spot.
** Eine äußerst betörende Mischung aus einem lahmarschigen Softie-RnB in den Strophen und einem ätzend aufdringlichen Minaj-Gequietsche im Refrain. Vor allem letzterer macht es schwer, hier Hassgefühle zu unterdrücken.
So grad eben noch mit viel gutem Willen eine ganz knappe 2.
* More utter shit in the charts. The verses, while stupid, have a decent sound but the rest is just completely horrible. It's like there's some competition to get the most bizarrely ridiculous thing into the charts, except that one of the rules is that it just has to be totally awful too. Last edited: 03.11.2015 04:18
* Oh god that chorus and pre-chorus is going to do ingrained in my mind... and not in a good way. Murder that dancefloor!? Who thought these lyrics we're in any way good enough to warrant being released on a song!?
**** So egregious I had to like it. I especially love how he doesn't let on what he talks about until the ridiculously-bad-that-becomes-good drop, leaving me the initial impression that his partner somehow tasted good. :P Trashy fun for me.
**** I remember not liking this for the first few weeks, putting this in the "ridiculous" category. Slowly, small parts of the song stuck. Then other parts become catchy. I reconsidered and thought the song is all right after all. The lack of an annoying rap verse is a plus. I did get used to the pitch switch-up eventually. Not a classic, but has turned out better than expected. 3.7*
**** This was always a guilty pleasure for me and remains so to this day. The drop section is still a really confusing addition to the song but it makes me smile. The pre-hook is catchy af and the lyric "they can imitate you, but they can't duplicate you" has always stuck out as memorable and a favourite. Enjoyable in all its glorious tackiness.