Pop sensation. Fashion designer. Political activist. Mouthy blogshite. X-rated sexpert. Fall-down drunk. WAG-tagoniser. Queen of MySpace. Exhibitionist. Primadonna. Style icon. Celebrity girlfriend. Celebrity daughter. Paparazzi prey. Party starter. Princess. Lily Allen has been called all these things, and much, much more - sometimes with justification, often without. Coming off of the heels her critically acclaimed certified gold debut Alright Still… selling in excess of 60,000 units in Canada, and struck hits with “Smile”, “LDN” and “Alfie”. Lyrically, It’s Not Me, It’s You is both a continuation of the preoccupations of “Alright, Still”, as well as a stiletto-heeled leap forward. The forensic, affecting, often very funny examinations of relationships and sexual politics are still there - and joyously so – but bigger themes are also tackled. It’s Not Me, It’s You is unmistakably Her: bracing home truths and pungent social commentary delivered in the voice of an angel. It’s a potent combination. It could only be Lily Allen.