by Cherish: Not really sure why this track was not on Cherish’s Truth album, but it should have been! Maybe if it was, the album would have had a higher sales record (30K copies TOTAL since May sucks)! Timbaland is the producer of this track and he has made another hit. He done done it again! Done it again! Sorry, I had a Kanye moment … The concept and lyrics of this song are fire! I went back to my old repeat habits and I have listened to this song about 10 times straight. It’s that good. Hope you agree…
October 2, 2008
September 18, 2008
by Timbaland ft. T-Pain: I contemplated posting this song a few weeks ago, but I did not want to make anyone aware of ANOTHER T-Pain song. Seems like I can’t get away from it! This track is on every mixtape I listened to today! I do know this beat is hot and with my car’s sound system on high, this will beat hard! I also think this is a great club song! With a drink in my hand and this song playing, I am positive I would be dancing. This song is one of the singles off Shock Value 2, Timbaland’s 3rd solo album. In my opinion, the original Shock Value was a great album. Timbaland describes the Jr. as a Now That’s What I Call Music! compilation which means that this album is anticipated to be pure hotness!
September 17, 2008
by Pussycat Dolls: When I first heard this song, I immediately thought the track sounded like one that Timbaland would produce. My assumption was correct! In my opinion, the song resembles Losing My Way by Justin Timberlake which was also produced by Timbaland. I think this is a great song as individuals in relationships expect so much from each other. A lot of times, people find themselves changing their true identity to please their mate. It is ideal to find someone who is equally yolked with you, spiritually and mentally. Part of that includes realizing that each party is not perfect, hence the chorus: “Sorry, I couldn’t wear your halo.”