With growling vocals and effects from Kool & the Gang's technician Donal Boyce, aka "The Boogie Man," this funky soul number is a call back to the group's 1973 hit "Jungle Boogie
," but with an edge. Ronald Bell, the Gang's musical director and saxophonist, told Blues & Soul
in 1975: "We were trying to get a harder sound using double bass - synthesizer bass and Kool's bass. It was also an experimentation with close harmonies on the horns."