“I had seen Rafi Gavron in Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist and thought he was a great actor and a natural choice for me.
He embodied the edge and rugged sexiness that I wanted my guy to have.
The single debuted at number 87 on the Billboard Hot 100, giving Jo Jo her first charting single since "Too Little Too Late".
The single also charted on the Billboard Pop Songs, peaking at number 29.
The album was reported finalized in June 2009, but more recording sessions were done for the album up until January 2011.
Her debut mixtape Can't Take That Away from Me was released on September 7, 2010 through as a prelude to her third album.
Jo Jo described the song being about "a relationship, this young passionate love that takes a turn for the worst.
Scott Shetler of Pop Crush reviewed Jo Jo's song, claiming "Jo Jo doesn’t appear to be jumping on the synthpop bandwagon like so many other pop stars, but the flipside of that independence is that her music doesn’t necessarily sound current.In support of the single, Jo Jo was the supporting act for the Joe Jonas & Jay Sean Tour from September 6, 2011 through October 6, 2011.A physical version of the new single was released to radio stations in the United States and was sold in concerts during the Joe Jonas & Jay Sean Tour.The song received generally positive reviews from contemporary music critics, who noted its similarities to Jo Jo's 2006 single, "Too Little Too Late", and Jordin Sparks's "Battlefield".However, the song was also criticized for not showing any progression after a five-year hiatus.