Pure pop music for our time, which is to say beautifully foul-mouthed gangsta
rap from a woman whose confidence I can only admire. Yeah, I think she's hot
too. What can I say? The second half of the album is the best, with tracks
like "The Jump Off," "(When Kim Say) Can You Hear Me Now?" and "Magic Stick"
that I'm sure are all over the radio right now, naughty words carefully
obscured. The album wraps up with "Came Back For You," a song that reminds me
of Eminem for some reason. I have to say, this woman definitely knows what
she's doing, and she does it in a male-dominated field, and that rocks.