From the onset, the Caribbean-driven record finds Derulo and Ty Dolla $ign exchanging flavorful verses. The track is then punctuated by Trinidadian rapper Nicki Minaj. "I gave these b---hes two years, now your time's up/Bless her heart, she throwing shots but every line sucks," spits Minaj.
Earlier this month on the Grammys red carpet, Derulo gushed about his star-studded record. “I never believe in forcing a collaboration. You know, I’m a fan of both of theirs and I thought that they fit the track perfectly. It’s one of those ones that’ll get you up and doing your thing. I feel like it’s gonna stick out on the radio. There’s nothing that sounds like it," he told Billboard.