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Album: Motion (2014)
Charted: 23
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  • This song finds Big Sean spitting rhymes centered on a difficult relationship over Harris' house-meets-trap beat. The tune provoked speculation as to whether the rapper's lyrics are directed at his ex Naya Rivera, particularly as he concludes the song by spitting: "This goes out to, uh, you know who this goes out to, yeah!"
  • The song is a vocal mix of "C.U.B.A", an instrumental house track released by Harris via SoundCloud on June 23, 2014.
  • UK radio station Kiss FM were found in breach of broadcasting rules for playing this explicit song by superstar DJ Calvin Harris during the Official Kiss Top 40 on November 2, 2014. Broadcasting watchdog Ofcom said the "sexually suggestive" lyrics were "clearly unsuitable" for broadcast at 17:45 GMT.


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