- Audio CD (November 18, 2003)
- Original Release Date: 2003
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Single, Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics
- Label: Lava
- ASIN: B0000UHCK6
- Average Customer Review: 18 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #770,960 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
A Toast to Men F**k the Men Explicit Lyrics
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Willa Ford clearly still "Wants to Be Bad" as she returns for the first time since her debut album "Willa Was Here" hit the streets. The album featured hit single "I Wanna Be Bad" which sold a quarter of a million copies. With new single "A Toast To Men (F**k The Men)", Willa picks up where she left off, creating an infectious, catchy, radio friendly jam featuring a guest rap by Lady May. The eye-catching video is being serviced to video channels in November and is sure to add to the attention the single will attract. As a bonus, the Maxi single features a special unedited version of this video! The Maxi also features remixes from up and coming remixers Suraci and Jemini as well as a breakbeat flavored mix from Good and Evil. This song is certain to be an anthem for women everywhere with its sexually liberating theme and playfully deviant attitude.
About the Artist
Remember Jessica Rabbit's immortal catchphrase, I'm not bad, I'm just drawn that way? Those eight words are the antithesis of what makes Willa Ford unique in the pop music universe. Because not only does the 22-year old Floridian refuse to pretend she's a goody two-shoes but, more importantly, she's no cartoon character. Willa Ford is a deceptively complex individual, firmly at the helm of her own career.
On her sophomore, yet-to-be-titled Lava full-length album, the singer reveals facets of her talent only hinted at on her 2001 debut Willa Was Here (featuring her smash hit "I Wanna Be Bad"). From the blazing lead single, the dancehall romp "A Toast To Men," and the sensual electronic throb of "Sexysexobsessive," to the Smashing Pumpkins-esque orchestral grandeur of "I See You" and the poetic "Pieces," Willa breaks plenty of new ground. Willa began writing these songs while touring in support of Willa Was Here, working in a small mobile studio in the back of the bus. She took inspiration from a variety of sources; the salacious first single, "A Toast To Men" featuring the rapid-fire patter of special guest May borrows its infectious hook from a classic sorority chant. "It's an old toast in sororities," she explains. "Almost all sorority girls, from some day and age know it." It dawned on Willa that its four simple, spirited lines represented an enduring artifact of female empowerment that hadn't been grossly overexposed or grown dated. "It was something that was still real and contemporary, but women who were 40-years old could remember it, too." A lot more people can expect to change their mind about Willa after they hear this album. Because this is the work of a seasoned performer coming into her own as a writer, as an artist. "There are a lot of people out there who love to just take direction from somebody else," she concludes. For Willa Ford, that would never suffice. "It took me a long time to create my sound, but this record was about proving that, musically, I stand alone." Well then, that calls for another toast: To a job well done.
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She did a song with a popular Japan/Korean singer-WAS A
Willa was then offered a record deal. But, they decided to have
her stage name be Mandah. They wanted to mold her into a
horrible singer and wanted her to act dumb, clueless, and
NOT songwrite (which is a big talent of hers). She was
also forced not to produce. SHE QUITE from the record
company in search of more happiness. The only thing that
was released with this record company was the song
"Lullaby": featured on the Pokemon` soundtrack.
Atlantic/Lava records offered Willa a record deal & she signed.
She was able to songwrite how ever much she wanted and she
became a producer. Her album "Willa Was Here" came out
July 17th, 2001 and quickly went gold and sold 500,000
copies. The first single off of the album, which came of
out in April/May 2001 "I Wanna Be Bad" quickly became a #1
SMASH!!!!! In November/December 2001 Willa's "Did Ya
Understand That" single came out. Many say it kinda
flopped, ONLY because it wasn't as successful as "I Wanna
Be Bad" "Did Ya Understand That" did become a huge dance
smash & the video was a hit.
In November of 2003, "A Toast To Men"-BUT IT WAS
NEVER OFFICIALLY RELEASED-was released. It topped the
dance charts, got excellent reviews, and became a big
gossip topic like "I Wanna Be Bad" It also introduced new
Now, Willa's new album "SexySexObsessive" is done & it is going
to be released sometime this year-hopefully before July/
August. In an interview-Willa said NOW in April/May she
will officially put out her new single. It seems like the
excellent 2001 Summer may come back & that the new single
is gonna be a #1 chart topper like "I Wanna Be Bad" Also,
I love Willa Ford so much that I make my My-Scene Jammin In
Jamaica doll "Delancey" be her.
*BUY WILLAS NEW ALBUM, THIS GIRL IS TALENTED AND AFTER GOING THROUGH HARD TIMES, DESERVES EXCELLENT #1 SALES!!!!! PLEASE HELP US, HER, & GET THE WORD THAT SHE IS TALENTED OUT & MAKE GOD HAPPY & BE HAPPY ABOUT AN EXCELLENT CREATION HE CREATED & ALL OF US!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Her first album "Willa Was Here" was a good solid pop album which sold 500.000 copies.
Her First Single of her "new" album (it isn't has an official release yet ¬¬)it's called "A Toast To Men" is a funny track,with a great tune and it's catchy.It talks about the man bashing and all that stuff.Even tough its a good single it didn't do that well,and Willa Admited that it wasn't to be the first single of the album and that she will release another one before release "SexySexObsessive"(album).I Think its time to release it
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Secondly, I really do not like this song. It sounds like a Britney Spears song with explicit lyrics. I don't like Willa Ford as a person either.Read more
Singer/Songwriter/Producer/Composer/Choreographer/Dancer/Vocal & Music Arranger/Music & Beat creator.Read more
I loved it the first time i heard it. willa ford's voice is sweet and fantastic.Read more
This is another one of Willa's smash hit singles! Willa is coming out with a new album due sometime this year titled "SexySexObsessive".Read more