****** Surprising collaboration between Aussie Hip-Hop act Illy and lead singer of metalcore band Amity Affliction, Ahren Stringer. <br><br>This track works well for me - a solid mix between the two genres, although I feel that the 'woah-oh' part might indicate ever so slightly that this could be a sellout. A great track otherwise.<br><br>5-->6 Last edited: 14/11/2013 08:04
** Nope I don't like it and have changed my review from 3 to 2 stars. I like the production and Illy's parts are okay. I think the vocals in the chorus are terrible though, I can't stand them. The bridge is also quite annoying.<br><br>"On & On" is a lot better so I'm disappointed this made the top 50 and that didn't. Last edited: 16/12/2013 12:28
**** It's ironic to me that this is called out as being a sellout move when it's a song that takes a lift from a not so radio friendly metalcore song (though Ahren did re-record it for this), and of course Take40 pretended it doesn't exist, AND two of his more popular singles prior to this employed indie pop singers for the chorus.<br><br>Still I think it's a good way to use the 'sample', reappropriating it to give it a new meaning. It's no "Stan" but then what is? Also I generally like the whiplash when the drum beat comes back in. Thumbs up for me.