Reviews of the latest songs from Enrique Iglesias, Aerosmith, and more

By EW Staff
Updated August 31, 2012 at 04:00 AM EDT

Enrique Iglesias feat. Sammy Adams, ”Finally Found You”
Remember when Enrique was promising to take you home at the end of the night and, well, not exactly play Scrabble with you? This time around, he tries a more sensitive approach — though his passion is still ignited by an endless cascade of shimmering velvet-rope synths. BKyle Anderson

Game feat. Wiz Khalifa, Lil Wayne, Tyga, and Chris Brown, ” Celebration”
Like any good host, the Compton rapper knows how to put together the right mix of guests, beats, and beverages (plus party favors). The smooth single from his upcoming F.I.V.E. cruises nicely on a buttery Bone Thugs-n-Harmony sample, but it’s Tyga’s silky verse that earns him a VIP spot on the guest list. A-Ray Rahman

Aerosmith, ”Lover Alot”
Loosened from the gold-plated shackles of American Idol, Steven Tyler is free to get back to the business of slathering his veteran band’s bar-blues chugga-chugga with misappropriated slang (”How come she’s so f—in’ passive-aggress?”) and uncomfortable squawking about women half his daughter’s age. C+Kyle Anderson

Darius Rucker, ”True Believers”
”You were the rock I built my life around,” the Hootie & the Blowfish frontman-turned-solo country star tells his ”one unbroken promise” on this celebration of wedded bliss. Though Rucker wears his earnestness well, the track’s sentiments feel a bit too greeting-card universal to make any true disbeliever want to put a ring on it. BGrady Smith