Intro- A cool mini medley of the album's tracks
So much for you- A cool and funky electro beat that'll have you dancing straight away.
He said she said- Purely Hip-hop, Ashley has a go at showing off her rapping skills in this really cool song.
Be good to me- The leading single with a slow and almost sultry R&B song.
Features rapper David Jassy.
Not like that- One of the best tracks on the album. An indian theme with a great R&B/Dance chorus.
unlove you- Probably the weakest song on the album, it's still a good song and a good cover of Sarah Hudson's version but during the chorus Ashley's voice sounds a bit worn out.
positivity- A great dance song. Thats all I can say.
love me for me- A great ballad written by Queen of the ballad Diane Warren, so you will not be disappointed.
goin' crazy- A great cover of Sandy Molling's 'All eyes on you'. The intro beat has an almost Britney feel. The entire song has a great electro pop vibe.
over it- My favourite track on the album. The beginning of the song has Ashley talking on a phone so the voice is a little distorted but when we reach the chorus, the funky dance beat will have up dancing from the forst word.
don't touch (the zoom song)- Another amazing cover, this time from thai singer Tata Young's 'Zoom', a great pop/dance song with cool and electro beats and vibes.
we'll be together- A great electronic ballad.
Headstrong- A great mix of R&B and hip hop in the title song. Mezmerising R&B verses with a funky and almost sing-a-long chorus.
suddenly- Ashley shows off her ballad writing skills, and it is not a let down, a deep and beautiful voice through out the song.
Overall, an amazing album, if your a fan of Urban music or Teen pop, and you haven't got this album, you haven't lived!