Missy Elliott protege Tweet's breakthrough song, the tripped-out ode to self-love Oops (Oh My), may have been one of those love-it-or-hate-it hits, but its Timbaland-produced sci-fi hiphop did little to represent the classic soul influences that actually made up the bulk of her debut album. This time around, Tweet's debt to Aretha Franklin is much more front and centre, and you'd be hard-pressed to find a real "what the fuck?" moment, which is both the strongest and weakest aspect of the album. It's Me Again is more cohesive but less intriguing, satisfying and pleasant but lacking drama. The best track is Sports, Sex & Food, which samples the Meteors and will unfortunately probably turn off all the girls who enjoyed the feminist subtext of Oops (sports, sex and food being all you apparently need to know to get yourself a man).