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Album: Ashanti (2002)
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Songfacts®:

  • When she's mad at her boyfriend, Ashanti claims to roll down her car windows and blast this song.
  • She says the recording session for this entire album was very emotional, because everyone involved in the record, not just her, was going through relationship problems. That emotion makes this song very personal for her.
  • As of the release of this song, she has been through two serious romantic relationships. Both are now over.

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