This funky R&B track was co-written by Janelle Monáe with Julia Michaels (Justin Bieber's "Sorry
," Selena Gomez's "Good For You
"). The track finds the singer voicing her feelings for someone special.
"It's a celebratory song," Monáe explained to The Guardian
. "I hope that comes across. That people feel more free, no matter where they are in their lives, that they feel celebrated. Because I'm about women's empowerment. I'm about agency. I'm about being in control of your narrative and your body. That was personal for me to even talk about: to let people know you don't own or control me and you will not use my image to defame or denounce other women."