Mila shows gratitude towards a special BFF on the DJ Mustard-produced cut, which was originally set to feature Iggy Azalea. Were her pockets not steep enough to get Iggy on record? I knew this was too good to be true. I just knew it. Iggy has blown up so much that perhaps Iggy's people advised her not to?
Iggy's status is so much bigger and collaborating with a mixtape artist would be kind of like... lowering her stock? It's the same reasoning behind Beyoncé refusing to attend Kim K's wedding. Deep down, she felt it was beneath her. And I know this may be hurting, but that's just how the cookie crumbles.
When an artist gets too big, it takes a lot more for them to get on board. You have to be on THEIR level. As for the song, the beat is typical DJ Mustard (repetitive, recycled, stale) but could prove quite popular at the club. Mila's EP 'M.I.LA (Made in Los Angeles)' is due September 30th.