This is the debut solo single by N-Dubz rapper Dappy. The London native said of the song: "It's saying I'm moving on with no regrets and not crying over yesterday." The single was officially released on September 18, 2011 ahead of his debut solo album.
Duppy namechecks a host of celebrities in the track, including Kate and Pippa Middleton and Liam Gallagher.
Dappy filmed the video in Los Angeles, which features his N-Dubz bandmate Fazer playing the piano.
This was Dappy's second UK #1 single. He previously hit the top spot as a featured artist on Tinchy Stryder's 2009 accurately titled hit "Number 1."
The song finds Dappy admitting to his failings in his past and professing to be a changed man despite singing the song's title as a way of distancing himself. He also namechecks Chris Brown ("I messed my life up, yeah I've been down/ I'm a changed man now, Chris Brown/Ya know I feel your pain 'cos I done been through it."). When asked by The Guardian why he cited the disgraced R&B star as an example of someone who has changed his ways, he replied that "it just went with the rhyme".
The song's elevation to pole position was the eleventh successive UK #1 by a British artist. This beat the all-time record set between January and July 1963, when there were 10 consecutive chart-toppers by a domestic act. The following week the Brit domination was ended when Spanish DJ Sak Noel replaced Dappy at the summit with "Loca People."