Jessie J expanded on the story of the song in an interview with Billboard
"He put the 'Think About That' beat on repeat before going outside for a break. I called him a d---head because I still didn't feel creative yet. I hadn't really written a song for two years, just some poetry.
But as I sat there and listened to the beat, words started to come out. I was in the booth recording with the engineer when Camper came back.' "If you don't write music,' he said, 'I'll be f---ing angry. This is what you do and who you are.'
For someone I hardly knew to say that to me … I don't think he understands how much impact that moment had on me in that someone was praising something that I hadn't been celebrated for in a long time. I was discovered through my songwriting but success takes you on different paths. I didn't write 'Bang Bang
,' 'Burnin' Up
' or 'Masterpiece
.' I felt I'd lost my flair that made me special."