This features Chris Brown. Banner said in his press release: "Chris Brown is like my little brother. It's been amazing for me to watch him grow as both an artist and a man. I knew from the beginning, that I wanted him on this track."
Chris Brown spoke to MTV News about recording this song with Banner: "Me and Banner are real close. We did the movie This Christmas and working [on the set], he said, 'I got this record that if you get on, I think it will be great.' I told him I didn't want to do a typical R&B record - I don't wanna do the hook-kinda thing that every other R&B artist does. I would more like to be in tune with the verse or do a verse almost like I'm rapping, but singing it. I recorded the song in [Virginia], he said, 'Oh word, that's dope.'"
Young Joc also contributes to this track and the Georgia rapper appears in the music video along with Chris Brown.
This was also produced by Chris Banner. The Mississippi rapper explained on his press release: "I'm a real producer, not simply a beat-maker. When I'm in the studio, I'm thinking beyond just samples, I'm trying to build something special. Unlike a lot of other people, I'm still a fan of music and it's that fan in me that I'm making music for."
If counterpoint and polyrhythms are your thing, you might love these guys. Even by Progressive Rock standards, they were one of the most intricate bands of the '70s. Then their lead singer gave us Bon Jovi.