Sunday, August 28, 2011

Beyoncé - "Love On Top" (Bun In the Oven)

Bearing the numerical title "4," Beyoncé's Knowles most recent album-length collection is truly an eclectic, varied affair. Attached track genre styles range from Hip-Hop/Dancehall to Pop-tinged R&B crooners. What can be assumed to be the album's next featured single ("Love On Top") is a specific piece of note; Instantaneously reminiscent of classic R&B artists like Stevie Wonder, Whitney Houston, and Michael Jackson, "Love On Top" is a simple, up-tempo ditty... accented by [Retro-Soul] finger snaps, horns, and backing harmonies. Credit for the song's early success is due in part to Terius "The-Dream" Nash (songwriter), Shea Taylor (producer-songwriter, alto sax), and Etta James - without a doubt, a pivotal source of initial inspiration for Mrs. Carter.

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