Squeaky-Clean No More
"Hey, I think I really wanna be your lover, Not the one you wake up to, A n*gga call and touch ya, don't wanna f**k you like no other I'm not tryna Range Rov truck ya, or diamond clutch ya, Ain't really tryna meet yo mother, just wanna f**k you like no other.
The good and bad news is that "Go" is by far the worst track on the album. There's other not-so-good songs, like "Kryptonite," featuring crap rapper Rich Boy and "Let Me Watch," with Dipset scrub Juelz Santana, but they don't match "Go" for sheer crappiness.
As you might expect if you're at all familiar with Mario's work, the best songs here are the tender ballads. The first two singles, "How Do I Breathe" and "Crying Out for Me" aren't masterpieces, but they're among the album's better tracks, as is the uplifting "Do Right." But the songs that take the cake (in a good way) are Mario's cover of Keith Sweat's "Right and a Wrong Way," and an acoustic version of "Let Me Love You" that's available on the UK and Japanese versions of the album. Both are beautifully-sung songs whose tremendous emotional impact ultimately rescues the album. So the bottom line here is when he sticks to familiar territory - lush, romantic ballads and mid-tempo tracks - he sounds great. But when he tries uptempo party tunes and sex songs, he's lost.