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Album: Let It Beat (2009)
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Songfacts®:

  • This is the first single by California rapper Shwayze from his second studio album, Let It Beat.
  • American musician and former frontman of Whitestarr, Cisco Adler, features on this track, along with all the other songs on the album. Adler also produced this song along with most of the Let It Beat tracks.
  • The song was premiered on June 28, 2009 on DJ Skee's KIIS-FM show.
  • Shwayze told MTV News: "The song was pretty much a party song, and it really pinpoints and describes how a man feels when he's at the club a little intoxicated, sees a pretty girl, but home is far away, or maybe you don't have enough money to get a hotel."
  • The song appears on the soundtrack for the 2009 horror movie Soroity Row.
  • The music video was directed by Stewart Hendler, who is also the director of Soroity Row. It features Leah Pipes, Rumer Willis, Briana Evigan, Caroline D'Amore and Margo Harshman who also all appear in the film.

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