This track features Quavo of Migos and singer-songwriter Sebastian Kole. Asked by BBC 1Xta's Mistajam how they landed the much-in-demand Migos rapper, Sigma replied:
"We wrote it in LA. It was an amazing time and I think we picked up the LA vibe, there's a little g-funk in there and we came back without a rap vocal. We thought, Quavo's the man and we reached out and he said yes."
Sigma released a second version of the track, this time featuring Tinie Tempah and Yxng Bane. The band's Joe Lenzie explained: "We've always been massive fans of Tinie since his early days and the music he was doing with Labrinth. It's a really exciting time for British urban music and for us to collaborate with some of the biggest US acts and biggest UK acts has been amazing."
"Cleveland Rocks" was written by an Englishman. Ian Hunter wrote the song after touring America in the late '70s and finding that Cleveland was by far the most receptive city to his brand of Glam Rock.