New music: Ester Dean - Bam bam

Ester Dean - Bam bam | New music

You may not have heard of Ester Dean, but I can assure you that you've heard some of her work. She's only written pretty much every one of Rihanna's hits over the past 2 years. "Rude boy", "What's my name?", "S&M", "Where have you been" - all written by Ester Dean. Christina Agulera's "Woohoo", Esmeé Denters' "Outta here", Nicki Minaj's "Super bass", Katy Perry's "Firework", Beyoncé's "Countdown", Britney's "Drop dead (Beautiful)" - all written by Ester Dean. To say this woman is gettin' PAID would be a mild understatement.

Ester Dean plans to release her debut album later this year and has been teasing by posting links to tracks via Twitter. The latest of which is the p***y for pay anthem "Bam bam". "Bam bam" has no substance. The song is literally just Ester shouting at a n***a for 3 minutes to f**k her from the front, throw in a bit of anal for good measure and leave a debit card on the bedside table for her to go and buy a handbag. It's enough to make you roll your eyes. But the song is catchy (pretty hard for a chorus as repetitive as ♪ Bam bam bam make da booty go bam ♪ repeated over and over not to be) and the beat is horrendously amazing. It goes so hard. And Ester's flow and lyrical chops put half of these so called 'rappers' topping charts to shame. Flo'rida should be ashamed of his damn self for one.

"Bam bam" stinks of Missy Elliott's Adidas hat with the weave stitched into the cap and also Kelis curls when Pharrell was tangling his penis all in that shit. I don't know about you, but I've been missing these tricks. So if Ester is willing to fill that stop gap until Missy peels herself out of an Adidas tracksuit to actually releases something, then it's cool with me.

I can totally understand why people would absolutely hate this song. But I really like it. It's a hot mess with a hot beat. I've spent the past 20 minutes on my hands and knees to this shit when I should have been visiting my Grandmother and fixing her fridge.

Listen: Bam bam

Ester Dean's 1st studio album
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