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I have a lot of favorites, but the fans are wanting 'One Night Stand.' It’s going to be my urban single.Not going to be, but if we go with it, we'll go with that." When speaking of her expectations for No Boys Allowed, Hilson said she hoped that she would shift more than 35,000 copies.Although it sold 8,000 copies more than her debut album, In a Perfect World..., it failed to match that album's debut chart position of number four.No Boys Allowed also debuted on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart at number seven, and at number ten on the UK R&B Albums Chart. The second single, "Pretty Girl Rock", was released on October 12, 2010, and peaked within the top ten on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart and the top fifteen in New Zealand.While Billboard magazine's Mariel Concepcion described the song as an "reminiscent of Melanie Fiona's "Give It to Me Right" and Beyoncé's "Why Don't You Love Me", "Pretty Girl Rock" became Hilson's fifth top-fifteen R&B/Hip-Hop Songs hit.On December 27, 2010, the song entered the New Zealand Singles Chart at number twelve, and has since peaked at number eleven.

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Los Angeles Times writer Margaret Wappler commented that Hilson "is concerned with boundaries" and stated "nearly every song is cluttered with as much textural filigree as possible to distract from the absence of narcotic radio hooks".basically saying he does things other people cant do…No Boys Allowed is the second studio album by American recording artist Keri Hilson, released on December 17, 2010 through Mosley Music and Zone 4 Records.Rolling Stone writer Rob Sheffield called the album "hit-or-miss, with failed attempts at pop crossover (the Timbaland collabo 'Breaking Point') and sub-Rihanna reggae moves", but noted "Pretty Girl Rock" and "The Way You Love Me" as "the high points [...] worth digging out".Mikael Wood of Entertainment Weekly wrote that "this zigzagging sophomore disc...

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