This song features two performers who are signed to Timbaland's Mosely Music Group: singer Keri Hilson and rapper D.O.E. The song is a role reversal from the common rap music theme of rich, braggadocios singer allowing a hot girl to impress him with her womanly charms in anticipation of a sexual encounter. In this song, Hilson is in control as the male rapper has no money. She likes him anyway, and takes the position of financial power by offering him a "tip" if he "strips."
This was popularized in a commercial for McDonald's where the song plays in a roller skating rink where a bunch of kids are having some good, wholesome fun. At the beginning of the spot, we see the record with the name of the song. This kind of marketing is very effective as the commercial reaches such a wide audience.
Hilson was 24 when this was released. In addition to her work as a singer, she is a member of the songwriting collective known as The Clutch. Her songwriting credits include Mary J. Blige's "Take Me As I Am," Pussycat Dolls' "Wait a Minute," Ciara's "Ooh Boy," and Omarion's "Ice Box." Before working with Timbaland, she sang on singles by Xzibit and Lloyd.
Kishore from Chennai, IndiaI Love these song te beasts of this songs makes everone to dance ethier know or not.......I love it Bro
Aviva from Somewhere, Mdtimbaland is awesome. i've always had a feeling that he's half iranian. does anyone know if he is? i'm asking cause i'm half iranian and i've always wondered if he is.
Meredith from Wauwatosa, WiThis song is neat-o! I always gotta move when I hear it! My best friend and I always boogie in her car when we hear it. For the So You Think You Can Dance fans, it was Lauren and Neil's hip-hop dance. They did awesome! How CRAZY was Neil's dive?! Crazy! Love this song!
Rusty from Raleigh, NcThis is the song they played in nightclubs.