The song is called "I'm Back" and it was reviewed today on Pitchfork
Terrell Owens: "I'm Back"
It would be so easy to just chump this dude-- he's been doing the heavy lifting for the better part of his mind-melting career. For example: T.O. couldn't catch this beat running! Here's the thing: though not even a passable MC riding what amounts to a less than mediocre Casio preset beat, newly inked Dallas Cowboys receiver Terrell Owens brings an odd, affectingly plainspoken early-80s vibe to his rapping. Like a less believable Kool Moe Dee, maybe.
Don't get it twisted, this song sucks. But when he adjusts what is basically a deeper, rhythm-less version of his speaking voice to the cause, his points come loud and clear: "I got a brand new team/ I am a Cowboy now/ No more black and green/ To the haters that said I'm not going to get my money/ I'm laughing in your face ha ha that's funny," he raps. Which is funny because he doesn't laugh during that "ha ha." He actually says, "HA HA." That's funny. You mad Andy Reid? All said, my money's on 107 catches, 1,156 yards, 12 TDs, and zero calls from L.A. Reid. [Sean Fennessey]
1.5 Stars out of 5