Omarion just wants the facts first. Or does he?
In a move not common to the R&B crooner, Omarion tells his love interest that before anything else – yes, that includes the nasty – he just wants to know her better. He queries everything from children to love making and even whether she smokes or drinks or not. Fabolous and Pusha T lend rap verses to the track which are probably the most lyrically advanced sections of the song, especially Pusha’s. You may struggle appreciating the record for its R&B worth while you try to get get passed Omarion’s cheesy lyrics though by the end of it, it seems to all somewhat come together.