It's actually Ariana Grande's ex, Frankie Alvarez, you know who she mentions in Thank U Next! Brooke said the lyrics refer to a flirtation with another person, asking them to get to know her, and they also represent her introduction to the world as a solo artist. . However, the love she will bestow upon him will make such sacrifices justifiable. And if she gives him the opportunity, he is going to devote all of his energy to keeping her satisfied. Brooke said the song was originally written for a male voice.
In the week of the single's premiere, snippets of the song, behind the scenes photos, stills, and a preview of the music video were released on Brooke's social media pages. To put it differently, she prefers that their acquaintanceship be low-key. In the process, he may have to neglect other close-social contacts, indeed even the internet for relatively-long periods of time. The song was released on January 31, 2019 by , along with its music video. Tyga is bit bolder in visualizing manifestations of his love. After fine-tuning the song, executives from her record label then recommended adding rapper Tyga to the song.
According to the track, this romance has three distinct characteristics. It is the first single from Brooke's upcoming debut solo album. The song and its music video was released on January 31, 2019. Glad to finally see this girl do her own single! And fun fact - this track was actually written by Shawn Mendes! As such, she wants him to invest in getting to know the person she truly is. Archived from on 19 April 2019.
Brooke began teasing the release of the single in the beginning of January 2019. And let me tell you, she looks like a baby J. In it, singer Ally Brooke and rapper Tyga basically play the roles of two lovers. Does the guy in the music video look familiar? It's the flair, the style, and the dance moves! Brooke also teased the song by sending over 100 personalized messages to fans. The song also marked her first official collaboration with Tyga. . .
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