Brown addresses potential paramours on this Messengers produced ballad, in which asks them not to judge him by his chequered past but to, "take me as I am." Later on he admits, "I won't deny what they're saying. Because most of it is true."
The song is one of several tracks on Fortune that finds Brown returning to his rhythm-and-blues roots after releasing a series of Hip-Hop and EDM tunes. "It was important for me to go back to the basis of what people love me for, and that was my R&B," he explained to MTV News. "You know, the 'crooner' kind of record," he added with a smile. "So, on this album, you get to see the different textures within Chris Brown. But I think all in all, you get that R&B guy again, you get the love songs and the more intimate songs."