This is a single and title track from Los Angeles born R&B singer-songwriter Miguel's debut album. The song was produced by Salam Remi and features Roc Nation rapper J Cole.
Miguel told MTV News how the collaboration with Cole came about: "I didn't get to be in the studio with J. Cole. I recorded the song, and Mark Pitts at Jive - who happens to be a part of J. Cole's management as well - I remember the call. It was 3 o'clock in the morning, and Mark called me like, 'Yo, it's crazy! I'mma play it for Cole.' He played it for him, and Cole said he liked it."
The singer told MTV News about the song's music video: "The video was really dope," said Miguel. "The director worked with me on the treatment. It was really his concept on the treatment, but I sent him some references, and he did a really good job at putting it together and making sure it was smart, but it wasn't too smart. We wanted to have some nostalgic qualities, a hip-hop base, but still wanted to give it an edgy flair."
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