The track is drumming up some excitement, especially since the mood is in such contrast to J. Cole's somber, abortion-themed track 'Lost Ones' that leaked last month. This one's on the light and lusty side, with Wale and J. Cole calling out to all the "bad b------" and looking for a little love.
"Rock steady, me and my n---- Cole/ Leave me a couple minutes, you leave me a couple h---," Wale rhymes.
Ricky Rozay's signee recently shot a video for the track and the 'Teflon Don' and DJ Khaled stopped by to support the artist with a cameo... and to enjoy the swanky Pasadena, Calif. mansion video set.
Cole has wrapped up his "ridiculous" album, 'Cole World: The Sideline Story,' back in May, writing that he's ready to "change the game." As for Wale, his forthcoming album, 'Ambition,' is to be tentatively released this fall.