The song is the most commercial, radio friendly cut Roll Deep has produced to date. Manga told Once Upon a Grime
: "'Good Times' is one song. The Album has Grime / Hip-Hop, plus loads of other stuff on it. So the supporters that don't like this are sure to find something they like on the rest of the album. It's defiantly changed, which is natural thing. When those tunes were made we weren't thinking 'we gotta make a Grime classic', those tunes were just done. That's how we felt at the time. On that same album we had 'Shake A Leg' and 'Avenue' too. Those times no-one was doing what you would call commercial music. Now it's the thing to do to chart. If you look at it like this music is a reflection of you and as a person, you grow, so should your music. I'm not going to make the same songs that I made when I was 16. There's no progression in that. There's new talent that can make that. Not saying that Grime is young, but the type of Grime (or any music we make) won't be the same as we would then."