After announcing that her album has been scaled back to a four track EP (with three of the track currently released as singles), Christina Milian released the Snoop Dogg-assisted Like Me, which might remind some people of her early work in it’s tone and more pop/electric sound.

About letting her man know that he’s not going to be able to do better than her, the track doesn’t really make itself distinct.  It’s not a bad song but Milian’s vocals, while good, don’t really sound that invested and the production doesn’t really have any pickup.  Snoop’s verse start off with him referencing the names of himself and Milian in his usual fashion before doing a passible verse that centers around him telling the singer that she can’t do much better than him either.  It feels like a filler track that, because of the EP’s short length, got bumped up in status.

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