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What a Man Gotta Do - Single Tracklist:
I understand the brothers being back together, and what a great thing. The song writing ✍️ isn’t the greatest. Too many songs and albums, all at once. Quality vs. quantity, always wins! The men gotta do better songs.🎤🎶 and wait to release. Saturation is not good either. The only person I knew who saturated the market was Donna Summer, she would come out with albums, sometimes 4 in year. But the legend had the goods to back them up and they were all good, that’s why she’s a legend. She had the quality and the quantity that only a handful of artists could achieve.❤️🙏
This song is very good on blending all of their voices and it would sound cool if they had a little more guitar in the song that was a little bit louder and maybe a solo. But all around a great song to listen to 🎸🤘
For all of you ppl who keep saying this song is horrible and that their voices are bad you’re wrong they are amazing and I bet your voices are horrible and your just jealous of them so STOP THE HATE
I’m disappointed I liked there more recent album the lyrics in this are repetitive and slightly annoying. However I appreciate the thoughtfulness of including there wive’s, I just wish they created deeper thought on the lyrics.
With an album released only a year ago with 12plus tracks....and only 1 and a half of those made it to radio (and the NOW compilations) .....why the need for this formula single? Nick admitted in the album notes how many people they co-wrote and worked with on that album. Whatever happened to a talented back to set their own sound and have others copy off of them? That's the pathetic world of pop music today and it's an insult to truly talented artists to sell out their talents (or lack of) and have to rely on non group members to sell records and make a name for themselves. Take a lesson from a former boy band member who is now making a name for himself and having a number one charted sophomore album with very little and almost no airplay or exposure. He makes his own sound and the fans love it and I don't have to name names.