The Saturdays have received a mixed reaction for their first stab at rapping.
Well, The Saturdays have tried their hands at rapping. That happened. Molly, Frankie, Vanessa, Rochelle and Una have ditched the groups' cutesy image for new single Gentleman, dressing in masculine suits for the outwork and spitting out some serious rhymes for the lyrics.
We say serious rhymes, it's basically a load of celebrities that they want to date. The song talks about how difficult it is to find a good man (don't pretty much all of the Saturdays have boyfriends or fiancés?) though the track has caused a mini outcry amongst fans. "What are The Saturdays playing at? Their new song is literally s***" said one fan. "Ewwww I hate #gentleman by @TheSaturdays :-( such a let down," said another.
The lyrics include "Most dudes just hit it and quit it and then they wonder why most girls just spit it," before the girls reel off all the famous hunks they'd love to date. "I need a Ryan Gosling, I need a Robert Pattinson. Somebody I can take to Mama, I need to find my Obama," they rap, "I need a Jonas Brother and, how about a Denzel Washington? I need a Kellen Lutz, and a Channing Tatum, throw 'em my way, I'll date 'em."
It continues, "I need a Drake, I need a Ludacris, I need a Weezy, I don't care who he is. Heard 'em say I need a Kanye, he ain't a gentleman, but I'll have him anyway. George Clooney, Lamar Odom, Larry King, I like 'em older. All the gentleman from all around the world, holla at me, let me be your girl". Larry King is 79 years old.
Gentleman is the follow-up to The Saturday's No.1 single What About Us. Watch the video below,