This club joint was slated as the lead single from Last Train To Paris, the fifth album from Diddy, who was known in the past as Puff Daddy and P Diddy. When it was released as a single, the song failed to make it on to the Billboard Hot 100, however, and was not included on the final Last Train To Paris tracklisting.
The song introduces Puff's new trio Dirty Money, who consist of himself, Danity Kane's Dawn Richard, and singer-songwriter Kalenna Harper.
Last Train To Paris tells a love story that coincides with a journey from London to Paris.
Dawn Richard told MTV News the song originated from the two girls. She said: "Kalenna and I were in the studio vibing and Puff walks in. He was like, 'I love that melody.' It just fell into place."
The song's music video was shot in Los Angeles. Richard told MTV News: "It reminds me of the old Bad Boy videos when you saw shiny suits and you said, 'This is official,' " she added. "It felt like a club on TV. This is what it is. It's like the futuristic '90s. It's raw - that's what the record is and our sound is. It's what love is. Love is like that. You're up, down, around, in your face - that's kinda what this video is. We take you to a place where it's just three people, black, and it's telling you a story. I miss videos when people told you exactly what the song was about."