**** I'm quite surprised, but I prefer the Ludacris version. My radio station plays this one and anytime I hear it, I feel there's something lacking. It's still quite good, but this is one of the few tracks that Ludacris's presence improves.
** I can just imagine archaeologists using some sort of carbon dating based around shitty synths in order to chronologically position pop songs like this, gosh it sounds dated. I find Taio Cruz's delivery so boring considering what he's (supposed to be) trying to put across in this song. All these years on, this is not a rewarding listen at all. Last edited: 12.01.2014 03:19
***** Definitely prefer the solo version to the Ludacris version. Probably because I knew the song BEFORE it was changed for the American market. Sure it is repetitive as all hell, ut it is damn catchy.