When Nasty decided to redo the song, he decided to produce it himself. "I didn't like how it sounded anyway," he said. "I wanted it to hit harder, and for the sound to be much clearer. And I understood the tempo: I wanted the BPM to be 74, because [Fetty Wap's] 'Trap Queen
' was coming down, and [Yo Gotti's] 'Down in The DM
' was going up. Me being a DJ, I was like, 'This is going to be a dope transition record.' I didn't even think it was going to be a single."