This song slaps. She should've released it as the lead, but better late than never, I guess. It's well written, and it doesn't generalize men, which is a trap many similar songs fall into. She instead speaks of what she could get away with if she were a man, and how anything she does wouldn't be as controversial if she were a man.
And let's be honest, if she were a man, she'd be considered much greater than she currently is. So many male pop stars are making music that's mediocre at best, ... read more