From there, you may wish to lower your standards to try to get anything out of this. Short of a real song, you'll have to settle for any bit of a hook, or any sign of personality. To that end, Snoop Dogg's admonition to "Drop It Like It's Hot" has some novelty appeal. There's no actual song here, but he gets good novelty mileage out of looping some tongue-clucking noises as a surprisingly effective rhythmic base. That's slightly interesting at least.
"Over and Over" by Nelly has a somewhat compelling beat, and a decent basic vocal hook for the chorus, but not much development, and a weak verse. Also, Tim McGraw didn't make much of an impression here. If Nelly really wants some country input, perhaps he should borrow Wammo from the Asylum Street Spankers. It's half listenable, maybe.
From there, it goes downhill fast. I can't remember crap from any of the rest of this litter after half a dozen listens. They sound like test-group focused corporate "pop" and "rock" and "R&B" and "country" song products. I'll just say that Keith Urban makes me long for the good old days when Kenny Rogers ruled.
Also, pop singers of the 70s didn't carry on about how tough fame is. It's rather hard to express how uninterested I am in hearing Lindsay Lohan whining about "Rumors." Hey, maybe if you quit acting like a stupid spoiled whore you wouldn't have all them people talking about you. Also, please invest some of these big entertainment industry bucks you're making into buying a personality.
Finally, special dishonor should be flung like monkey pooh on the Frickin' A cover of "Jessie's Girl." Is a Rick Springfield cover really needed? Not this one, anyway. They did it almost like the original, rather than doing anything original with it. The main difference is that Frickin' A play it a little faster, losing the rock and roll rhythm that was one of the main appeals of the Springfield hit. Basically, they just butchered a perfectly good song.
In short, this album pretty well represents for the sorry state of modern commercial pop radio music. It has minimal in the way of melody compared earlier pop generations. It also represents a marked decline in instrumental skills, much less interesting or unique instrumentation. It mostly pretty much sucks.