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  • The song was written by Roc Nation singer-songwriter James Fauntleroy (Jordin Sparks'"No Air," Rihanna's Te Amo") with co-writing from Harley Justice Wertheimer. The song was produced by Switch and features his in-your-face signature beat.
  • The song samples Bart B More's EDM instrumental "Brap."
  • The music video was directed by iconic photographer Rankin, who previously worked with Cheryl Cole on the clip for "Ghetto Baby."
  • Ora enlisted her good friend, the model Cara Delevingne, for a second more kinky version of the video (also directed by Rankin), which finds the scantily clad pair singing the lyrics to the song.

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