Obviously, it wasn't the best choice for a second single.. Especially when it was following the massive hit that "We Found Love" was. I don't think it was even worth releasing. I understand that.
However, I notice how much people despise the song itself. I don't see anything wrong with it. I love the bobby production. It's so refined. The chorus is light, fluffy and catchy and it has great melodies. Why do people hate the song so much?
Is it because it didn't smash, or is it because people actually don't like the song for a legitimate reason?
Paramore l Iggy Azalea l Lil Kim l M.I.A l Bruno Mars
Justin Timberlake l Miguel l ASAP Rocky l Drake l Eminem l
Kanye West l Jay Z l Coldplay l Panic! At The Disco l Sean Paul l Macklemore l
Wiz Khalifa l T.I l Ludacris l Lady Antebellum l Conor Maynard l Calvin Harris
People loved YDO upon it's premiere and then it underperformed and now the Navy hates it.
I personally didn't like it at first, but then it grew on me heaps and I think it's one of the best on 'Talk That Talk'. It's so cute and adorable, it's basically MOTS/AGLM Rihanna combined with more current production. It's refreshing to see Rihanna still has that adorable side to her amongst this tough 'thug life' attitude.
Yes. It's an easy breezy kinda song. The lyrics are easy to learn and the song just has a great feeling to it.
I mean the Twitter Navy was all up Rih's ass about the song.
I personally think it was that horrible ass video that did it. And YDO still went platinum while PRECHED in WFL's eclipse.
No, I can't stand this song. When I first heard it I was shocked. And sad that she was going to get another flop single.
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