The following is praise for Sara Bareilles' second single "Bottle It Up" from Billboard:
Sara Bareilles rocketed to fame on the back of one very soulful "Love Song"—No. 1 on the Pop 100—and returns with a second musing on the consummate pop topic. The delightful "Bottle It Up" opens with a prescient observation: "There'll be girls across the nation that will eat this up." Indeed. As her warm, engaging vocal floats light as air above a slinky bassline and strident piano, Bareilles draws the listener right into her tempting "garden of love" with provocatively enigmatic lyrics and a delectably upbeat delivery. This won't stay bottled up for long. —Susan Visakowitz
And here we have some news on Jennifer Hudson's involvement in Sex And The City: The Movie and its soundtrack, from MTV:
Hudson, of course, doubles as the film's biggest new cast member as well, a lucky-in-life, unlucky-in-love assistant named Louise that Hudson told MTV News was "a young, sweet girl ... in love with love."
She's the last one in, and will be given the honor of being the last one out, as King revealed her track, "All Dressed Up in Love," will play over the film's end credits. According to EW, the song was written by MC Jack Splash and Cee-Lo of Gnarls Barkley.
"She sings it like nobody's business," King told the mag of Hudson's performance.