There's honestly, for me at least, not a lot going for this song except for its beat – which is dynamic and engaging with its rapid-fire cavalcade of subby kicks and uzi hi-hats – and the verse that Tink contributes, which is rhythmically inspired and gives weight to the view that perhaps this just should've been a Tink track only. She could've aced this on her own; Future, on the other hand, is not so strong on this track.

Originally it was supposed to feature a vocal from André 3000. But oh well. It's happened the way it has. Listen below and tell us your thoughts.

It's not the first time Tink has worked with Timbaland – remember 'Ratchet Commandments' from earlier this year?