"My Fire" is a song recorded and performed by American Dance musicians Nile Rodgers and Tony Moran, featuring vocals from American singer (and Chic vocalist) Kimberly Davis. The song is co-produced by Rodgers, Moran and Georg Bissen. The collaboration marks Rodgers' fifth, Moran's seventh, and Davis' first number one, on Billboard'sDance Club Songs chart, reaching the summit in its July 29, 2017 issue.
In an interview with Billboard the artists discussed how the collaboration came together, which began after Rodgers heard a rough demo of the song. "The flame is burning, just waiting to be fanned," Davis said in a statement. "I hope our song makes people feel good, as though they’re in the middle of a party, letting go and having fun." It was also Davis' idea to ask Moran, whom she has worked with on previous projects, to have Rodgers involved in this effort, adding "Of course, I said yes. Not only is he my boss but he’s also Nile Rodgers! No sane music artist would deny Nile being a part of their project." Moran noted that "Nile is a true inspiration to the world in his ability to create and shape musical genres. It was a thrill to work with him in the booth."
Rodgers later told Billboard “It felt like a song I’d love to play on. I laughed and said, ‘Plug me in!’” Upon hearing the song hit number one, Rodgers (who was about to celebrate his 65th birthday on September 19), said "this is the coolest early birthday present I've ever received."