This has to be one of the more disturbing songs in pop-music history. There are two ways to read it. On its face, it sounds like a once-battered woman and her former abuser telling everyone to butt out — while simultaneously flaunting their love. When they sing "Let's make out in this Lexus," it's impossible not to think of that last time they were in a car together, back in 2009. If it's not that, it's a craven way to troll the world for attention — the juxtaposition of the song's name and guest artist are newsworthy on their own. It's too bad, because musically speaking, the blend of classic Chicago house and late-'80s Michael Jackson is pretty awesome. Still, it's a key chapter in the album's narrative, making the inspiration for the album more blatant, in case it wasn't already.
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