On the uptempo track, Omarion sings about having your girl while sampling from Chaka Demus & Pliers’ “Murder She Wrote.” The new father sings, “She save me in her phone as bestie, but I have her screaming O, ya girl wasn’t supposed to text me, you want to know how I know what I know.”
Breezy hops on the second verse and sings, “Better believe she gon’ leave with a real ni—a, I dick her down, can’t put it down like I do,” before ending his verse with the infamous lines from the Demus and Pliers’ track.
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Jhene surprises us the most as the soul survivor steps out of her laid back element and turns up on the DJ Mustard beat. Keeping up with C. Breezy’s explicit lingo she reveals her freakier side, “I might let ya boy chauffeur me but he gotta eat the booty like groceries.”
“Post to Be” will be included on Omarion’s upcoming MMG debut in 2015.