The song was written by Chris DeStefano, Brett James and Priscilla Renea. DeStefano told Roughstock
the story of the song. "I did this writing retreat in France for ASCAP where they get a group of writers and producers out to a castle to write together," he recalled. "And got in a room with my good buddy Brett James and our friend Priscilla Renea. We were talking and someone said 'lets do something kinda crazy' and I think I said "I've got a good feeling of doing something bad," or something like that and Priscilla reacted to it and said, 'Oh, my God, that could be the song…' and they just started rolling with it from there, like pro Tennis players."
"It was a lot of fun and the whole track, the way I built it up, it was all organic," DeStefano continued. "There was a huge room in the castle called the Sol d'en Aire, a really traditional looking castle room with a giant fireplace wood floors and about 20-25 foot high ceilings and we're doing stomps and claps and I was recording this kind of groove and it had a fun energy about it."