Mishon is lamenting the days when there when a woman wanted to be wined and dined; he feels like some women are just as bad as some niggas and are chasing the spotlight and a check with no time for love.  While there is nothing wrong with a woman being about her business, we have to say there is something to what the singer is trying to say here.  When everyone is out for themselves, who can really make a connection?

The track has an nice bounce to it with the bass-heavy production and the dark melody that could very well have it being played in a strip club.  Mishon’s vocals are solid, though he doesn’t show out like he did on Like My Girlfriend (because the song doesn’t require it).  The lyrics are deceptively strong and might have some people taking the wrong meaning from the track like they did from Mascara.

A party track with a message, Mishon continues to deliver good music.  Now if he would just give us an album…