“Easy” is a song by English girl group Sugababes, released as the lead single from their greatest hits album Overloaded: The Singles Collection (2006). Development of “Easy” began when the American rock band Orson discovered that the Sugababes were working on the album, in which they proposed ideas for new tracks. They subsequently wrote the song with the group, and produced it. Backed by bass synthesizers, it is an uptempo pop and electro song that features metaphorical lyrical content containing sexual euphemisms. Critics praised the lyrics and bass synthesizer of “Easy”, although some regarded the song as forgettable in comparison to the group’s previous singles. The song peaked at number five on the Slovakian Singles Chart and number eight on the UK Singles Chart. It reached the top twenty on the charts in Denmark, Finland, Ireland and Norway. The song’s music video was directed by Tim Royes and filmed in a public toilet at a club in Romford. It features the Sugababes dressed in latex outfits, where they appear in separate toilet cubicles. The group performed “Easy” to promote the release of Overloaded: The Singles Collection.