Remember the lyric "I know you want it" from Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines", which caused uproar because it was deemed to encourage rape culture?
Well, "Tonight I'm Fucking You" opens with the lyric "I know you want me", despite quickly making it clear that there is actual PHYSICAL SPACE between the two individuals and therefore absolutely no conversation, let alone consent.
Later in the song comes the line: "You know my motivation / Given my reputation", before the chorus, which consists solely of the phrase: "Tonight I'm fucking you."
This phrase, loaded with presumption, is repeated a total 14 times throughout the song.
There is absolutely no reference to the woman in the song feeling the same way. In fact, we only hear about her in relation to him, with the lines: "I know you want me," and "Now rock your body / Damn I like the way that you move / So give it to me / 'Cause I already know what you wanna do."
Do you though? Do you really?