It was released on January 31, by Kemosabe Records and RCA Records as the second single to the deluxe edition and fourth overall of her debut album Amala. The single was released for digital download and streaming on January 31, Okayplayer 's Ivie Ani praises the track's lyricism, calling the composition as "raunchy, rebellious, and real rap". Brooklyn-based blog Brooklyn Vegan notes Rico's verse to be a "show-stopper",  while Uproxx 's Andre Gee describe both the song and music video as an "earworm of a hook and a colorful video that allowed each artist to be the vibrant characters we love them as". The video is a "candy-colored visual" of Doja and Rico competing in a game show against respective lookalikes,  with reference to the sitcom Sister, Sister and the children's game show Double Dare.
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