My gut feeling is that Ashanti spends more time at the Burberry and Louis Vuitton boutiques than in the studio. Her success is credited to aggressive hype, product positioning, and a talented marketing team. The songs have no regard for originality, depth, or innovation, and they're cleverly packaged for ignorant, ghetto children who gaze at the television watching "106 & Park." Her singles, like this one, are played to [much] on the radio, and they blare out of towering, life-size speakers at these trendy hip hop clubs. She accepts awards named after well-established divas, even though she hasn't established herself as an artist and doesn't even possess any real stage presence... People, the madness must stop, and we have the power to control the fate of popular music. Let's shun product like this, and break away from our comfort zones by recognizing the truly talented artists out there. This single ain't doin' it for me at all.