Me So Bad

Songfacts®:

  • This up-tempo dancehall cut features Ty Dolla $ign and French Montana. It was one of the rare occasions that Tinashe recorded the song with the feature artist at the same time. She recalled to Consequence of Sound:

    "Me and Ty were in the studio together working on a few songs and that was one that really stood out. I've always loved working with Ty, and I always just thought French would sound good on the song. It just made sense, so we reached out to him and he loved it."
  • The island-flavored bop finds Tinashe confidently flaunting her assets. She explained: "For me, it's just a song that feels good when you listen to it. I think that's important sometimes, that people are able to have some escapism when they are listening to music."

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