by D-Block Europe (featuring Aitch)

Album: The Blueprint - Us vs. Them (2020)
Charted: 11


  • Here, D-Block Europe talk about their usual topics of fame, luxury items, sex and drugs. The trio particularly focus on sex and drugs, rapping about a high so strong it's like they are in space. Though the song title doesn't appear in the lyrics, Young Adz does state that after taking some Molly he feels like an alien.
  • Manchester rapper Aitch joins the South London trio on the track. He playfully recalls a sexual encounter with a girl who doesn't normally get intimate with white boys.
  • The jumpy trap-wave tune features instrumentation by a quartet of international producers:

    Minnesota beatmaker Cardo, who has also worked with the likes of Travis Scott ("Goosebumps") and Drake ("God's Plan"). He previously linked up with Young Adz on his collaborative cut with Skepta and Chip, "Waze."

    German duo Cubeatz, who often work with the American producer MurdaBeatz. Their other credits include Drake's "Summer Sixteen" and Migos' "MotorSport."

    Atlanta-based producer DY Krazy. A member of the production group 808 Mafia, he has previously worked with Future and Young Thug ("Patek Water") and Juice WRLD ("Titanic").
  • The KC Locke-directed video is a slick fantasy where two girls slip into a trippy out-of-body experience during a night of partying with the four artists. Locke has worked with Aitch on several of his previous music clips including his "Safe To Say" single and "Take Me Back To London (Sir Spyro Remix)."


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