The new single from Nottingham pop hopeful Zeena Gulzar is an inane slice of dance floor fluff that shamelessly steals from an already mediocre song, strips it of any vibrancy and character and regurgitates it accordingly.
Taken from her impending album of the same name, Do I is a pointlessly watered down version of All Saints' Pure Shores. I never really got the point of the ladies Appleton, Lewis and Blatt but at least their brief union as a group bequeathed a couple of vaguely diverting tracks to the musical landscape; Gulzar unfortunately is unlikely to do likewise, not if this is the best she has to offer us.
Her voice is amiable enough, breathy in a sub Morcheeba-ish manner, but it's wasted on this tired nothing-much of a song. The vapid, rather desperate, lyrics by Shane Smith require that she repeatedly ask the question: "Am I everything you want in a girl? Do I do it for you?" Sorry Zeena, but if this is all you're capable of than the answer is unequivocally no.