Album: Fan of a Fan: The Album (2015)
Charted: 6 21
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  • This song released as the lead single from Chris Brown and Tyga's collaborative album Fan of a Fan 2 finds Breezy declaring the pair are "poppin' like ayo." The word 'ayo,' meaning 'hey yo,' is used when attempting to get an individual's attention. In this instance they are addressing multiple girls.
  • The beat was supplied by producer Nic Nac, whom Brown previously worked with on "Loyal." (Tyga also featured on some versions of that tune).
  • Fan of a Fan: The Album is the follow-up to Chris Brown and Tyga's 2010 mixtape of the same name, which spawned the hit singles "Deuces" and "No Bulls--t."
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  • Natalie from 12838 W Modesto Drive This song has it. Love in this right here!! :)
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