Co-writer Michael Hardy is Morgan Wallen's best friend and he fell in love with the demo's subject matter about having a good time. Wallen called up Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard to seek his and bandmate Brian Kelley's advice about whether he should record his buddy's song. Having toured and written together, Wallen had become close to the FGL pair but he never considered they'd want to add their voices to the tune.
"He was like, 'Man why don't we just go 'head and hop on there, would you be OK with that?' I said 'Uh, yeah,'" Wallen recalled to Billboard
with a laugh. "Kinda in the same light that Luke Bryan did a song with them
early in their careers, they said they wanted to pay it forward."