****** Yes this is a great track, but it just doesn't seem right. It gets a bit mish-mashy towards the end but I want the r&b pop Jess, not the generic Jess. I really do hope the album isn't all like this, but the song itself is very solid. Her best release since Inescapable. 5*
EDIT: I got no idea what I was saying before, this is a smash! The whole feel of the song, the time of release, the video, and the promo coming up, its all just perfect for this point of time. Also, not to sound wrong, but I like how she sings "fill me up" :P Last edited: 17.10.2013 09:51
**** I do like it but I can't help but agree with 392 that it is predictable. I hope the next single after this is different. I guess the positive is that it's not something trashy like Get Em Girls as I'd hate to see her go back in that direction.
**** It's ok but doesn't sit all that comfortably with me. Her voice is too good to waste on autotune. The repetition drags a little. It almost sounded like she was morphing into singing 'Gimme More' in the bridge for a moment. The ending could have been improved. 3.5*
*** I still think the lyrics are intended to be slutty and are in reference to oral sex which bugs me due to it being widely commercialised, that being said it is rather catchy for current day Mauboy but is again rather generic.
***** Sure it's generic and the same old same old lyrically, but it's great. As much as I love "Saturday Night" I would like Jess to experiment a little instead of making carbon copies of that, considering how simple it could be for her with that amount of talent. 4.7*. Last edited: 15.09.2014 03:34
** Hurt by the fact that when she's singing (barely) fill me up it sounds like FEEL me up and that is disturbing. Also I hate alcohol and anything that promotes it and also it's generic and over produced.