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"It also peaked in the top twenty of the United States, at twenty-one in Australia and Ireland. It also charted in the top thirty in the United Kingdom, becoming a top ten hit on the UK R&B Chart." You have two back to back sentences with the same opening line, please rephrase one or the other. ✓Done
"The song was set to be the first real record that Brown had released since his altercation with then-girlfriend Rihanna at the beginning of the year." Needs to have a source right after, or it falls under original research. ✓Done
"The song, influenced by hip-hop and rock, has been described as "upbeat tune",[...] Grammer, should be described as an✓Done
aCharts is used throughout the article, needs to be replaced. ✓Done, with the exception of Australia which I explained.
Alright, simple issues, please work to correct them ASAP. Other than that great work on the article. (CK)Lakeshade✽talk2me 22:34, 25 June 2010 (UTC)
Regarding the Critical reception section, could you expand it? Each review is only like 1 sentence.
Chart performance could use minor expansion. Somewhat short considering it could be much longer. (CK)Lakeshade✽talk2me 21:34, 26 June 2010 (UTC)
Ehhh, lol. As for the critical reception, I've scoured single and album reviews for the few weeks I went back and worth working the article and that is as much as I could find. Also, Billboard really didn't cover the song so it was hard to develop any interesting facts or anything to inject the chart performance with. Candyo32 (talk) 21:45, 26 June 2010 (UTC)
Reading it again the only real outstanding issue i found was synth-pop being included in the genres section because its not mentioned in the article (maybe it is but i didnt locate it, inform me if im wrong) (CK)Lakeshade✽talk2me 05:18, 27 June 2010 (UTC) ✓Done