This features Sean Paul on vocals. The song was originally recorded for the Bittersweet album without the Jamaican dancehall reggae star, but his vocals were added for the single.
Blu Cantrell was feeling depressed after a difficult breakup with a boyfriend. She admits in 1000 UK #1 Hits by Jon Kutner and Spencer Leigh, "That song is also a snapshot of that relationship. Sometimes you have to step back and give each other space."
The song is based around the instrumentation of Dr. Dre's "What's The Difference," which itself heavily samples "Parce Que Tu Crois" by French crooner Charles Aznavour.
Suggestion credit: Edward Pearce - Ashford, Kent, England, for all above
Cantrell was asked by the Metro newspaper December 1, 2003 what it was like working with Dr Dre. She replied: "It was a remix, so I never actually got to meet him. They were his beats, but it was actually produced by another girl, Andrea Martin, and Ivan Matias. If I had to choose, I much prefer the remix to the original."
Hype Williams directed the music video, which finds Cantrell and Sean Paul performing against a blue backdrop while cutting to scenes of Cantrell driving recklessly through the streets.
British band Years & Years covered this on their 2014 Take Shelter EP.