on January 25, 2012
Do not get me wrong, this song is good, but it lost something from its previous two iterations.
Critics praised Ke$ha for the original version's rap feel to it, and while this version goes all out with rap by featuring four different rappers, all of Ke$ha's verses are cut. All that's left of Ke$ha's is about 3 lines and the beat she cowrote.
Nevertheless, the song is still great, and each rapper brings an interesting new aspect to the song.
However, this song does not feel like a normal Ke$ha song, the rapping makes it considerably less danceable.
on January 16, 2012
It's not bad enough that most artists these days can't play an instrument or sing without digital assistance, but now they have to market a song again and think consumers want to pay for a different version of the same garbage? Get real. And PLEASE stop marketing sex on album covers to cover up the lack of talent presented. It insults the consumer intelligence. Andre, expected better from you brah.