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Look At Me Now (Explicit Version) [Explicit]

From the Album Look At Me Now [Explicit]
February 1, 2011 | Format: MP3

$1.29
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3:43
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: February 1, 2011
  • Release Date: February 1, 2011
  • Label: Jive
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  • Duration: 3:43 minutes
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B004KEIK7C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,200 Paid in Songs (See Top 100 Paid in Songs)

Customer Reviews

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Like everyone's already said, Busta MURDERED this song. He makes up for the vast majority of my rating for this song. That said, I do not feel Lil' Wayne contributes anything to this song...nor many others. He basically says the same B.S. every time -- although, to his credit, he's not screaming his head off in this song like he's got Tourette's, so that's good. My friend tries her best in trying to get me to like him, but it's virtually impossible. She's "made progress" with that, however...but I'm going off on a tangent, so let me bring it back.
I have mixed feelings about Chris Brown. Yes, he's a talented artist, but I'll never look at him the same again after he beat the crap out of Rihanna. With respect to this song, he added a nice element with the singing part in the beginning, but his speed rap obviously can't touch that of Busta Rhymes'. All this is done to a sick beat. Makes you bop your head like you're in a lowrider rocking hydraulics. Intense and chill at the same time.
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Best C.B. Rap song, even if he did let features take over it and overshadow his lyrics.
I remember a chris brown interview where he said that when he called Lil Wayne to see if he could come in the song,he let lil wayne listen to it,and ,lil wyane was like,how in the h*** is he suppose to match busta rhymes?

I mean d$$$ busta......you should have saved those lyrics for your own d%%% song!!!lol
I dare anybody to listen to this song and say that BUSTA did not kilt it, Come At Me Now! :)
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I first heard this song a week ago when a friend played it during a DJ set and I was hooked immediately. I dig so hard on simplistic bass lines and the eerie sci-fi sounds are icing on this beautiful cake. Still, Busta's all I heard, but at that point I was on board and online shopping for a download EXCITED.

After hearing the track in its entirety, however, I'm disenchanted. The intro is spooky good until Busta throws a hat in and it's over. Or should have been. Lil' Wayne's contribution I hadn't heard when my friend was playing as he mixed out beforehand and I'm holding it against him that he didn't warn me. It's not that Wayne's an average rapper, but compared to Busta, on THIS track? He sounds like a lagging amateur and that's how nasty Busta is here. Add that to a tacked on and trite homosexual slam and Wayne came out the gates tried and tired. It's not that I'm particularly sensitive to gay-bashing, but I am sensitive to worn out ignorance in general. Especially when it's unoriginal and uninspired - I've heard it all before and it's played out. Rhyme like an intelligent man and leave the garbage out back unless you can breathe something fresh into the hate. Please.

It's frustrating to hear a song with genre-bending potential get drowned in repetition. And wishing Busta ran and spit this track on his own without a suddenly sub-par sidekick and a woman beater on board feels a bit depressing, too. I don't like throwing money at a child that doles out cat scratches and black eyes to his women before releasing a song with flaccid, repetitive references to his genitalia.

Purchasing the song either says something painful about my own moral character or screams volumes for the pieces of the track I adore. Perhaps a bit a both.

Thank you for your time.

- t
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Chris Brown is on his music game dude got mad swag lots of cuts on this disc to dj I love it him Busta Rhymes & Lil Wayne kill it on the look at me now track easily the best track of the year looks like Chris will be around for a long time to come as long as he keep coming with fire like this.
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By mal1316 on April 7, 2011
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busta kills this song, but we all already knew that. chis brown surprised me with his section and lil wayne was pretty legit as well. this beat is perfect for a really rapid flow, and these three artists definitively deliver. anyone who remembers the Gimme Some Mo' days knows that this kind of Busta speed is nothing new, but it was great to hear him reclaim the throne so thoroughly.
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I bought this song because my friend told my Busta Rhymes was off the hook on this song. Yup the man is fast. Didn't care too much for the rest of the song but that's just me.
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This is truly a great collabo, what a way for CB to come back after the unfortunate incident. Glad to see him back on his game.
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By AAA on July 2, 2013
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Gotta love the fast words and sweet background jam. Sounds good on my subs! Definitely recommend to anyone who likes beats.
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