by DaBaby (featuring Nicki Minaj)

Album: Kirk (2019)
Charted: 43


  • Here, Da Baby talks about the inevitable complications that come with having multiple romantic partners. The Charlotte rapper explains that he turned to his side piece after his main girlfriend started to annoy him.
  • During the chorus, DaBaby reveals how his main girlfriend is driving him crazy after he told her on the phone "I love you." He is now reluctant to use his iPhone; the rapper warns his girl-on-the-side: "If you blow my phone up, I'ma put you in timeout."
  • Nicki Minaj raps the second verse, during which she talks about the same issues. The Queens MC explains she's turned to her side piece, as her boyfriend has been cheating on her.
  • The song marks Nicki Minaj and DaBaby's first official collaboration, although Minaj did release a remix to DaBaby's hit track, "Suge."
  • This track was produced by SethInTheKitchen. He also supplied the beat for the Kirk track "Really."


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