Pop and Oak often craft beats that cleverly reinvent classic R&B for the modern era—think of Usher's "Good Kisser" or Tamia's "Sandwich And A Soda." But the duo's work on Kehlani's latest track is more in line with the bottom-heavy mode of production that's popular in rap at the moment. This fits the singer's swagger. Did I hurt your feelings when I hustled like that?... You're used to wearing designer things—you don't know nothing about working your way from the bottom and earning every ring.