by Khalid (featuring Ty Dolla $ign)

Album: Single release only (2018)
Charted: 60 57


  • Khalid released this dark and melodic R&B jam on April 20, 2018. The song finds the Texas artist excited by the anticipation of a new relationship.

    Put it in drive
    I'll be outside
    I'll be on the way

    Khalid assures his lover he'll always be there for her no matter what the circumstance.
  • You probably figured it out but "OTW," is an acronym for "On The Way."
  • California singer/rapper Ty Dolla $ign and Toronto crooner 6LACK also contribute verses in which they reiterate the song's message of being on call for a love interest. It is Khalid's first collaboration with both artists.
  • The Toronto producer Nineteen85 supplies the silky smooth production, Nineteen85 is one half of the R&B duo dvsn, but is best known for producing records for Drake, including his smash hits "Hold On We're Going Home ," "Hotline Bling" and "One Dance."


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