In the April, 2007 issue of Esquire
magazine, Chuck Klosterman pointed out that while the Gnarls Barkley song "Crazy
" was lauded by many critics as the best song of 2006, this song was immensely popular that year at strip clubs, among people who drive with their windows down, and with kids who won't turn off their ringtones during movies. He points out that you can tell a lot about a person by which song they prefer. If you go for this song, Klosterman says, "You have been sonically and culturally emancipated: You will never have to read another album review for the rest of your life. You don't need criticism, because the things you like don't require explanation. You're free. You're crazy, but you like the way it f--ks you."