After the success of "Oh Boy," the Dips would return so faithfully to the combination of choppy, playful soul samples and smarmy, streetwise vocals that it became a signature sound. But this track was notable in other ways too: It utilized the tactic of "talking" to a sample, showed the commercial viability of those intentionally redundant rhyme scenes, and introduced Juelz as a hungry young prospect who could leave you bleedin' (oh boy), weezin' (boy), and screamin' (boy, boy, boy).