This song finds Kravitz delving into old school R&B/funk. He told Spinner: "I've always been a funk player, really. And it just felt right. I felt like a lot of the music that I grew up listening to in junior high and high school, which is more funk-oriented music, was coming out of me, and it just went in that direction. It's not something that I thought about. It just went there on its own. If I plan to do something on an album, I'll end up going the opposite way. It never works out to say, 'OK, this is what I'm doing. This is the album I'm going to make.' It doesn't work that way."
A remixed version by Swedish DJ Avicii charted in the UK singles chart, Kravitz's first entry there since "California" peaked at #62 in 2004. Said Avicii to Billboard magazine. "He's really talented and a really cool artist. I've been a fan for a long time so I was secretly happy to be able to play around his vocals."
Kravitz told Ocean Style magazine this is about his quest for ultimate love - "mentally, spiritually, sexually!"