This more than took a while before it became something I actually liked, even a little bit. It just initially seemed awkward and well honestly obnoxious for the longest time. Then finally after catching the video for "Boyz" a few times it became something that would get stuck in my head. That was the point where I decided to give in and actually buy the album. In time I've come to appreciate "Bamboo Banga", "20 Dollar", "Paper Planes" and "Bird Flu" and honestly I don't really hate any of it. It's just a bit distracting if you are trying to listen to it and do anything but pay attention. I actually like her debut more because the songs actually seem more...hmm complete, this sounds really primative, and well at times you'd swear she was trying to annoy her audience. Some of the sampling and such used are simply a little too much and parts are extremely repetative. Perhaps I'll like it more if I keep going, but I can't help but get the feeling I'm too old and undancey to truly ever appreciate this as much as I should. It's an interesting effort and I honestly applaud her for taking risks and trying to do something different, this just isn't going to appeal to everyone is all, and at an initial glance I can entirely understand someone disliking this. Lucky for me I've grown to like it, but it's not the sort of thing I'd recommend to anyone, if you feel like you want something original sounding and jarring then this is likely a good bet for you.