This is a track from reggae artist Sean Paul's fourth studio album, Imperial Blaze.
Paul told MTV News that this song is "rent-a-tile" music. He explained: "'Rent-a-tile' means when you go to a dance hall, some people take the middle of the dance floor and do their thing. This is still dancing, but it's more like you take your one tile in the ground [on the dance floor] and you and your lady are in that space. It's kind of sensual. It's dirty dancing without having to move the feet too much - it's all in the waist. This is how me, as a Caribbean person, grew up. It's how you get to know a lady up close."
Longtime Sean Paul choreographer Tanisha Scott directed the song's promo. It was Scott's music video directorial debut.