This song is an anthem, and arguably has the potential to make Teyana an overnight celebrity (or at least, a bigger one). Wale's verse has deft energy, but this is really all about Teyana, who gives a performance worthy of her larger-than-life personality. The stop-start bass and percussion have the feel of classic Trackmasters-era pop rap, and add to the song's sense of driving urgency, while the chorus has the euphoric perfection of a pop smash. Is this the best song of the year, and it's only been out a couple of days? We're peaking early, folks. That might seem like hyperbole, I admit, but Teyana's insistence on move-making has me feeling a little more confident about my judgment.