The song deals with the popularity and sexual attention rappers receive because of their money, contrasts, and the way Jones was treated before achieving success. The song is sometimes seen as a critique of effects of fame; conversely, it is often considered to present a misogynistic or chauvinistic attitude toward women. The following line, which is repeated many times during the song, sums up the general attitude of the lyrics: "Back then hoes didn't want me / Now I'm hot hoes all on me." Written by Daunte Moore, who died before the song was released.
The single became Mike Jones' most successful single to date, peaking at #22 on the Billboard Hot 100, performing better than his last single "Still Tippin'", which only peaked at #60 on the Billboard Hot 100.