I can't understand Bidi Bidi Bom Bom, or the Spanish version of Más, but they sound nice and they're catchy. I'm absolutely not going to complain about her putting a few Spanish songs on an album when she's always released Spanish versions of her songs, though.
I'm very happy with the new songs, The Heart Wants What it Wants and Do It. Sure, Do It's a little explicit, but she acted in Spring Breakers, people! Also, she has a boyfriend who she's dated on and off for years and they're both legal adults. It shouldn't be so surprising that she's singing about sex. The Heart Wants What it Wants is absolutely beautiful, and I really hope Antonia Armato and Tim James continue writing for/with her when she changes over to Interscope Records. My Dilemma 2.0 is decent, but I actually preferred the original.
Overall, her album is a solid pop release, and well done. It's also nice to have an excuse to listen to old, really good songs like Falling Down and Love You Like a Love Song. 8/10