The single opens with a wild synthesizer arpeggiation held under a narrator who declares: "Instructions are to prepare for a an attack by an unknown enemy." And then the king enters with a single declaration: "Yeah."
Attack? Here it comes. The song goes gangbusters with glass-shattering bass backed by crunk drum rhythms and Lil Wayne and Rick Ross trading lyrics throughout. Of course it's an attack. Wayne was gone and now he's back, and there's nothing to suggest he would return in any other way. And if there's any doubt that prison hardened the king, it's cast off here in the lyrics from the temporarily-lost-but-never-unknown enemy who praises mortality and suggests everlasting greatness:
The song is a honky-tonk stomper with heavy drums, crunchy rhythms and a wild guitar solo that sets aside virtuosity to focus on sheer exuberance.
It sits in the vein of the genre's conventional tunes about working hard during the week and partying on Friday, but it carries a twist: Bentley can't find anyone to party with him.
Last week, Gomez tweeted an 8-second clip of the single, but fans can now listen to the song in its entirety.
In 'Who Says,' Gomez sings about staying true to herself, particularly in the face of doubt that comes from others telling her she can't live up to her dreams. Those criticisms, she sings, are "the price of beauty."
"Who says you're not star potential / Who says you're not presidential / Who says you can't be in movies / Listen to me, listen to me."
'Get it Right' is an original piece written by the show's music producer Adam Anders. It's one of two original songs featured on the forthcoming record, a first for the series that's known for their covers and mashups of famous pop songs past and present.
The single was written specifically for 'Glee' star Lea Michele, who plays the conflicted and egocentric Rachel, and more original tunes will likely be written for her as the show begins to brand her as an emerging songwriter.
Most notably, this is the first 'Glee' record that will include two original songs, 'Loser Like Me' and 'Get it Right,' which won't debut on the show until March 15, one week after the record's release.
'Loser Like Me,' is an upbeat, car-windows-down-and-stereo-cranked-in-July jam, featuring Lea Michele and Cory Monteith, Glee's on-again, off-again couple Rachel and Finn. The series' music producer Adam Anders called it a "Gleek anthem" in a recent Entertainment Weekly interview.