Jax Jones' follow-up to his hit single "You Don't Know Me
," this is a samba-infused dance hall anthem with booming drums and Brazilian carnival rhythms.
"My feel when I made the tune was it might be too bombastic for people, like too loud, but I'm hoping everyone from the 50-year-old guy riding through the highways on his Harley, down to the 16-year-old just grooving in her bedroom, can feel this," Jones admitted to Billboard
magazine. "It's my take on what's going on out there on radio... You've got the dancehall influence everywhere, so I'm thinking, 'How can I explore that within dance music at my tempo?' which is a lot faster than what's on radio at the moment."
"My job as a DJ and a producer is just to have a big encyclopaedia in my head," Jones added. "If I'm gonna make a dancehall record, I'm gonna reference the best dancehall that I know -- even if it might just be super underground, but I know it's quality. I see that a lot, across people like Drake and even Justin Bieber. I can hear the reference that they're doing, and it's insane, because it's always inspired. It means I can listen to something that's 30 years old and find something in it that I can maybe bring up to date, or just introduce to newer audiences."