This was the first official single from R&B musician R Kelly's ninth studio album, Untitled.
Roy "Royalty" Hamilton and RiffRaph produced the song. Hamilton is an African-American Pop and R&B songwriter, record producer, and musician, whose résumé includes Joe's Hot 100 #1 "Stutter," Keith Sweat's 2002 album Rebirth and Keri Hilson's track "Can You Do It."
The song features R&B/Hip Hop singer songwriter Keri Hilson, who also co-wrote the track along with Kelly and Hamilton.
The album was originally going to be called 12 Play: Fourth Quarter. Kelly told MTV News why he eventually went for the title of, er, Untitled: "I've been in the biz 17 years, so everyone is used to me naming my records, so I wanted to mix it up a little. I want whoever listens to the record to call it what they want, name it themselves based on what they feel listening to the music."
This became Kelly's 35th Top 10 single on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, surpassing Nat King Cole's record of Top10 singles on that tally.