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  • Alicia Keys' Girl On Fire album showcases her attempt at different styles, and this bouncy song has a reggae flavor to it. The songstress co-penned the tune with songwriter Stacey Barthe, whose credits include Rihanna's hit single "Cheers (Drink To That)" and Amber Streeter of the American R&B girl group RichGirl.
  • The song title is not a typo, it is a new word made up by Keys to describe how unlimited is her love for her beau, presumably her hubby Swizz Beatz. Let's hope he's moved on from his 2007 single, "It's Me Bitches."
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