The Brooklyn rapper debuted the Chuck Strangers-produced track on BBC Radio 1 as Zane Lowe’s “hottest record in the world.”
“Ok now life’s like, life’s like, just like a tango, tango, you gotta move that, move that, don’t break an ankle, ankle, tell me if you see me, see me, from your angle, angle, I’ll be your genie, genie, you’ll be my angel, angel,” he raps.
After Joey spits his rapid-fire double-time flow, the "Hideaway" singer chimes in with her signature electro-pop falsetto. The duo's chemistry is evident on the fast-paced, percussion-heavy track.
"It was really natural, the vibes were just right," Joey told MTV News about collaborating with Kiesza last year. “It was really organic. A dope session.”