This song finds Snootie Wild collaborating with Kirko Bagz. The pair previously worked together on the 2014 track, "Double Cup (Remix)" with DJ Infamous. "Me and Kirko are alike in how we kick it and how we want things done," Snootie told XXL. "We hit it off. We been kickin' it with each other."
The video channels the classic 1993 John Singleton movie Poetic Justice. Snootie Wild's role is that of the young mailman character, Lucky, originally played by Tupac. Kirko Bangz takes on the part of Lucky's wing-man, Chicago. "First of all, really to bring back the memory of Tupac and Black History Month because that was around the time I actually did shoot the video," explained Wild. "Other than that, it was how women have men issues and sometimes men don't understand why."
"I wanted to just give an example of how to be patient but still at the same time you're a man and about your business you can still make a woman come back around."
George Harrison's 1971 song "Bangla Desh" was the first major charity single. It was part of a concert held to bring relief to the people of Bangladesh, who were fighting for independence and suffering from a famine.