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Thursday, April 22, 2010
5:21 PM

If We Ever Meet Again
Artist(s): Timbaland feat. Katy Perry
Genre: Pop, R&B, Rap, Electronic, Dance, Hip-Hop
My Overall Rating: ★★★

It's hard to get tired of Timbaland especially if he continues on collaborating with various artists. His next victim partner in this case was Katy Perry. An unusual pairing, but strangely enough, it worked out pretty well. The song's arrangements were nicely done and the harmonies - although they were simple - worked well with the upbeat tempo of the song. It's not a song to be overly impressed by, but it makes for a good music to dance to. I particularly like how they managed to incorporate Katy Perry's pop-dance vibe with Timbaland's R&B-hip hop rhythm.

However, the lyrics do nothing for the song, but then again, when have the lyrics ever left a deep impression in a dance/electric song? They were rather repetitive which probably contributes to the fact that it gets easily stuck in one's head. The bridge is also very dull and I was actually expecting something like that. The slow building of momentum towards the final chorus was done with one line and various harmonizations. Although other then that, the overall song is nicely done and will most likely last on a playlist for a month or two.

Song (sound, melody, rythm etc.): 3.5 out 5
Lyrics: 2 out of 5
Overall Rating: 3 out of 5

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Tuesday, April 20, 2010
10:08 PM
As of April 4, 2011, this blog will be strictly used for reviews of any kind, whether it's a song or story.

I know I have jeucalme to post my reviews and what not, but I think I'd prefer it here. I've only done one review, so I think I'll keep it there. I'll just keep this as a list of reviews I have or haven't done yet. I'll keep updating this from time to time, whenever I've done a review or have heard a song I'd like to review.

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