I love JoJo. I love her voice. I’ve been a fan of hers for about nine years, before she was a couple of sentences in the back of Popstar Magazine. Way before “Leave (Get Out)” became the unexpected Girl Power Anthem of 2004. She has a true gift, and I love it. However…
This song is better than “Disaster”, but not better than her mixtape. The production is good, but the song itself is flat. It’s a good filler for an album, but it doesn’t sound like a single. I’m sure it’ll do fine on the radio because mediocre does well on the radio, but this is beneath her. Anytime a teen or a young adult sings about sex, I don’t take it seriously. It doesn’t sound natural; it sounds like she’s trying too hard. Sex is the ultimate “look at me, I’m not a little girl anymore” ploy, but she doesn’t have to do that. She hasn’t released an album in SIX YEARS, she’s dealing with a whole new generation of listeners who have no idea who she is. And what made JoJo so popular was that she never came across as a kid.
The song is good, but I’m not impressed. Her voice is better than this and I’ve heard much better from her. The best thing about the song is it’s R&B and not the pop crap that was “Disaster”.
WARNING: May make your man feel insecure and sad
I can’t wait! I wish I still had a bunch of dumb guy friends :( #TheExpendables2 (Taken with Instagram)
I, for one, believe it’s time for Madea to ethier retire or drop dead. How much more of the same can this character possibly go through? I understand why Tyler Perry released another Madea film after the box office disappointment that was “Good Deeds,” but give it a rest! Come up with something original! This is better than his last Madea film, but worse all at the same time. This film didn’t have all the extra black stereotypes and overused archetypes he uses, but it’s like he didn’t even try with this one. This one had white people in it, and it was the black vs. white culture shock that is so overdone. It’s not funny anymore. As a matter of fact, this film isn’t funny at all, unless you find second jokes and a hood-talking Denise Richards hilarious.
🎶 I’ll be praying for redemption and your note underneath my door 🎶