This is the lead single from R&B singer-songwriter Keyshia Cole's fifth album, Woman To Woman. It finds the lovelorn songstress wondering if she should depart from a crumbling relationship. "I can't stay here 'cuz I've had enough of no love," Cole declares. Fortunately her unhappy quandary is entirely fictional: Keyshia has been married to NBA player Daniel Gibson since May 2011.
Joining Cole towards the end of the song is rapper Lil Wayne, who makes light of the singer's predicament. "You say it's over but you still fussin'," he raps. "You just clumsy, always tripping over something."
The song was penned by Cole with South Florida singer-songwriter Redd Stylez, who also contributed to the writing of Usher's hit single "Climax." It was produced by Chuck Harmony, whose other credits include Rihanna's "Russian Roulette."
Benny Boom directed the song's music video, which was shot on June 24th and 25th 2012 in Los Angeles. Boom previously helmed the clip for Cole's platinum hit "Let it Go."
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