Now for the last song to miss the top 50. The main reason this one is leaving us is because of the lack of 10s. In fact, this song has one of the smallest differences between the highest and lowest scores, which suggests that all of you had a fairly uniform opinion of it. Are you ready? 51. Ready For Whatever Average: 7.2 Highest score: 9 x 3 (@lalaclairi_, @Petty Mayonnaise, @Music Is Life) Lowest score: 5 x 2 (@Trouble in Paradise, @abael) My score: 6 We lose yet another lead single, and this time it's the lead from T.K.O. (The Knock Out), which has already suffered a couple of cuts. Mya describes herself as the "aggressor" on this track, where she tells her man that she's "ready for whatever" and wants to know what he wants to do. (Does anyone else find it weird that they talk so much about how she looks the same as she did in 1998?) The single was released in September 2017, nine years after Mya first set up her own label, Planet 9, and started releasing all her music through it. The video was released on Mya's 38th birthday (October 10, 2017) and features R&B singer Kevin McCall (who co-wrote the song) as Mya's love interest. The video works well with the slinky slow jam sound of the song, which feels very much like the kind of thing Ariana might appropriate borrow. I can totally imagine her recreating this. Mya followed this up with a remix in November 2017 entitled Ready, Part II (Bedroom Mix), which heavily samples R. Kelly's 1993 song Seems Like You're Ready. (Even ignoring for a moment how odd it is to sample an R. Kelly song in this day and age, this version is not even as good as the original.) @Trouble in Paradise will be happy with this elimination: "I feel like a lot of Mya commentary could be the same but it boils down to just an absolute facelessness to all of the songs. There’s nothing wrong with this song, but compared to the heights some of the other artists are reaching in this rate, I can’t help but want it to tank out early." @abael (5) isn't convinced either: "Too safe, too boring. Could be a song by anyone." @Music Is Life (9) enjoys it but it's just not a 10: "This is a bit of a bop. I like the production and the melody, and her voice is great. The lyrics are nice enough. This just isn’t totally clicking with me." Poor Mya. Let's hear her talk some more about the album instead.