Album: Late Nights (2015)
Charted: 44
  • Jeremih originally performed this song live with Chance The Rapper in January 2014. However, that was relegated to a remix, and instead the R&B singer called on J. Cole for the album version. Another remix was released featuring August Alsina.
  • The song finds Jeremih using various aeronautical metaphors to talk about his sexual prowess. J. Cole raps the third verse, which also finds him talking dirty.


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