After winning a Grammy for Best Contemporary R&B Album for B-Day it would seem amiss for Beyoncé not to re-release the album so more could enjoy her critically acclaimed handiwork. The single leading the campaign is the Computer Age inspired WWW (World Wide Women), a classic Beyoncé-only song with production from frequent Destiny’s Child collaborator Dark Child. It’s strange how she can take a hokey song premise laden with computer terminology and Internet metaphors and somehow flip it into a tune that’s not too corny. Well, guess it’s not hard for a bootylicious independent woman that says no, no, no to Bug A Boo’s that can’t pay her bills, bills, bills. Okay, THAT was corny.
Written by Lochy N. on 03/1/07
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