I will be going through every Grammy category and post my predictions for the winners. This will be a bit long, so I am adding a “Read More” tag below this paragraph. Keep in mind, just because I post the predictions, does not mean I agree with them. So without further ado, let’s get started:
Omarion teased this all-star collabo that included DJ Mustard on the beat (hoe), and it is safe to say that it satisfies. I have had this slated for writing about for a while, but it took a few listens to get a good grip on how I feel about this track.
DJ Mustard does that thing that he always does on songs, and no matter how many times we complain about it, we like it anyways. Omarion performs most of the song, and his performance is decent. Chris Brown almost sounds like Trey Songz by the end, but I am not complaining there (unless he starts acting like Trigga Trey, in which case please stop Chris). Jhené Aiko has my favorite brief verse, though her lines are slightly graphic.
My biggest complaint about the song would be how edited the vocals are, especially on Brown’s part. I can accept to a degree the work over a song, but this just went overboard. Jhené Aiko’s role is successful because her voice stays relatively pure.
Overall, I would rate the song at 9/10. I recommend a listen below, if you haven’t already heard it: