I generally like her and appreciate her for what she is. It’s not particularly helpful or original to call her derivative of Madonna - heck I don’t neccessarily consider that an insult. There are worse things than being this generation’s Madonna. So, though it’s hardly groundbreaking, it brings an “it has a good beat and you can dance to it” quality.
That having been said, reading the lyrics makes me think back to the critics of **Crash(the2004hamfistedmoralitypla,notthe1996Cronenburgmasterpiece)**TM who were so put out by what they felt was the movie beating them over the head with its selfrighteous anti racism message. I mean I know her schtick is her devotion to her marginalized fans but methinks she’s beating that drum a tad too loud. Does this song strike anyone else that way?