The electronic, bouncy production comes courtesy of Nana Rogues, who is more known for his work with grittier acts such as Section Boyz and Wiley. Nana Rogues was Tempah's first signing to his Imhotep publishing company, after he heard a track he'd done for Section Boyz called "Trapping Ain't Dead." Tempah recalled to HMV.com
"We got in the studio, we nailed a mixtape named Junk Food, which was like our core influences, and then I just threw him in at the deep end, he made 'Girls Like' and then he ended up with about four or five tracks on the album."
After working with Tempah on Youth
, Rogues spent time in the studio with Drake where he made "Passionfruit
" for him.