The song is a R&B tune with an UK garage flavor. Hunger TV
asked Harding how house music become the genre that she decided work in? She replied: "I can't remember how old I was but I remember my mum buying Craig David's Born To Do It
and the Madison Avenue album. I loved the melodies, great rhythms and lyric concepts. I think I've always been into garage and got into house from there. I was really into big tunes like 'Gypsy Woman
,' 'Closer Than Close' and 'Rhythm of the Night.'"
"It just sort of happened, when we wrote 'Say Something' house music was really up and coming in the charts," Harding added. "I remember the Duke Dumont song 'Need U (100%)
' had just been #1 so it was making a big impact at the time. I want to bring back conceptual lyrics, melodies and strong vocals to house music, and bring in a bit of soul."