Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
A Toast to Men (F**k the Men)
Genres: Pop, R&B
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.... more »
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.
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MisterMusicFan | 11/23/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a great song I'm not a woman but when I heard that Willa had released a new single I knew I had to have it! I love it for the lyrics and because this is a woman's song to show us men that they can do well without us. Go willa I love you!!"
I can't believe I'm saying this......but......
MisterMusicFan | 04/02/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
".....This is a frickin' catchy song. There are times where Willa Ford's persona and vocal stylings still sicken me (and I'm sticking to my statement that her debut album was bad), but this single is some damn sassy, nasty, filthy fun-even if you're a guy. I thought "I Wanna Be Bad" was Willa's only halfway decent song, but this track is disturbingly addictive. She still makes the mistake of believing that by being explosively, revealingly slutty, she's claiming female independence. I suppose there is some kind of sick, twisted appeal to her-her hell-bent skankiness aside, she has qualities rather similar to those of Eminem-you really wish you could hate her, because she's just so b*tchy-but she brings out that part in all of us, that eff the world persona you'll just love getting in touch with in her music. And I must admit, broadening the horizons of the falsely labeled pop world is something I am always open to. I suppose with this, she has earned her title as the Eminem of teen pop-though interestingly, this track is far more a mesh of hip hop and rock-her formerly known bubble-guminess is absent in this single. The guest rapper also pulls the verses together very nicely-she has a flow similar to Eve's. The chorus will get stuck in your head whether you like it or not, so prepare yourself. All in all, I never thought I'd say this, but well done, Willa."
autobiography | 05/25/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I just think it's an ok tune. Yes, I do agree with Antibritney about the fact that she does sound a lot like Britney Spears, which I hate.
The beats are damn catchy, though.
So, overall, it's ok. Heard better, heard worse."