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Songfacts®:

  • The-Dream released this tune about the simple pleasures in life, such as making love and getting high, to the public on May 9, 2013 via Soundcloud. He described the cut as a "real fun energetic summer song."
  • Jay-Z arrives with a verse about his high-flying lifestyle that includes a line about being back home his wife Beyoncé, whom he refers to as "Bey-Bey". Dream and Jay's previous collaborations include their Grammy-winning Watch The Throne cut "No Church in the Wild."

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