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Reviewed in the United States on September 14, 2020
This track has me singing, (badly) in the car. And better I have actually learned all the words! That should tell you something. Yes, I know he Drake is using pitch control or some type of voice enhancement. However, unlike T-Pain, but it's palatable. My legs and my hips move when I listen to this track and when I sing this in the truck, my granddaughters sing it with me. Just that alone makes this track a winner.
Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2013
Wow...that's all I can say about this song. When I felt that deep bass coming up to me from 15' under the earth and grabbing hold of my dance feet, along with the drums...I was mesmerized! Add the crazy love to it and drake's low light vocals, and I was hooked! I read another viewer's objection to Drake's repetition of his lyrics, but hey, I'm a musician, and story lyrics that don't repeat, are a trademark of Country writers...not Hip Hop. The groove is the main thing here...and man does it have a groove! If you can't dance to this song...you can't dance! This song is about obsession, and the lyrics are obsessive, resulting in repetition. The bass makes or breaks this song. Without it, it would have faded quickly from my conscious. With it...it's KILLER!
o))) 2️⃣☠️📣💣💥this sounds like a good song to listen to right now but im so taken away and drifted away toward Dubsteb and Phantom Power Music i am Entranced to listen to them more than anybody else for now and almost forever
Reviewed in the United States on February 18, 2014
Good song to bop too. I can appreciate the message about how there's a girl he knows very well and he's telling her there's no need to pretend you're someone you're not. It's all good between us. I hope there are more young men out there who can emanate that kind of respect for a young woman. And while the song doesn't break any new ground for the final outcome, it's still worth a listen.
Reviewed in the United States on December 23, 2014
So not a Drake fan but this is the first song that I have heard that doesn't sound like he's singing through his nose. I didn't realize it was him singing until my kids told me. I like this song If you have a good stereo system this is the song that will make you turn it up.
Reviewed in the United States on November 30, 2013
Amoungst all the nasty lirics out there, this music is so likable even when the lirics are nasty. With the way today's world handles everything, there is a certain liberalism that when spoken and sang in a no talent way, it leaves too much to be desired. This song is so pleasant to the ears. Great buy.