"I Don't Like You" is a song by Dutch recording artist Eva Simons, from her debut studio album, EVA-LUTION. It was released as the album's lead single in the United States on 26 March 2012. It topped the US Hot Dance Club Songs, and gave Simons her first US Dance number 1.
Kristin Houser from LA Music branded the song as a "straightforward single", which has Simons "poised to be the next breakthrough artist in the dance music scene." Lansky opined that the song is a "brilliant pastiche" of many different dance-pop genres, being a mixture of "frosty house, buzzing chopped 'n' screwed electro, grimy dubstep, and glitchy progressive house" mixed in with Simons' "husky vocals". He added that she serves up a "chilling falsetto" during the chorus. The writer concluded that overall the song feels as though the listener is in "five different nightclubs at once" with all the elements to secure a "big dance hit".
The accompanying music video was released via VEVO on 27 April 2012. In the video, Simons and two other females are depicted entering her unfaithful partner's apartment to vandalise his property in an act of revenge. She disposes of his alcohol beverages, smashes items and throws flowers down a fire escape. In one scene she gives his dog a haircut.
MTV's Sam Lansky noted that the video helped to "remind us not to get on Eva Simons' bad side" because the video is "all about revenge". They praised Simons' trademark hairstyle which was "put front and center"; adding that she was "killing it" with some "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" warrior princess realness". Lansky opined that Simons and her backing females' attire consisted of "glamorous kicking-ass-or-maybe-going-to-the-club outfits and heels". However, he named cutting the dog's hair off a "cold" act.