This is the lead single on R&B singer songwriter Toni Braxton's sixth studio album Pulse, her debut recording with the Atlantic record label. It was her first release after a four year hiatus.
The song features Braxton's Atlantic labelmate Trey Songz, who lends his distinctive vocal stylings to the track.
The song's music video was directed by filmmaker Bille Woodruff, known for such classic Braxton clips as "Un-Break My Heart" and "He Wasn't Man Enough."
Braxton told Digital Spy the story behind the song: "Well, I heard the song and it was written from a guy's perspective, so I said, 'Nice song - let me rework it'. I changed it up and made it a girl's song. I'm going through a separation, and it's not my story per se, but I definitely can relate to it in the sense of starting over. I wanted to have strength when I sang it - I didn't want to be a wimp!"