The song was pretty bumping. Although I felt like it was pushing into that category of being slightly racist towards Native Americans throughout the chorus. Let me know if I'm the only one who thought this. I'm really upset that the chorus was just a bunch of “yayas” and “oppas” and “lalalas”. I wanted so much more for a chorus although I will give it to them (meaning their writers) for changing up the musical motif for the prechorus. I thought that was pretty cool, but overall just kind of an okay song, but that's honestly how I felt about “Fire”. I wasn't the biggest fan of it just because it was too repetitive.
This song was a bit weird and seemed to compile parts from different songs so I felt like the cohesion in this song was a bit loose. The majority of the song was a very trappy feeling song with bumping stereo bass like what you would listen to in your car and I was okay with that. I was expecting that, but then the prechoruses and the bridge seemed a bit disjointed because they broke away from that typical trap sound and changed to having acoustic guitars and vocal performance that was phenomenal. It just sounded out of place. Another thing I found at fault with this song and not so much the girls as the writers, is that it's another song that drops and then has nothing in the chorus. I want my choruses to build up and have a huge vocal performance but this song and “Boombayah” both let me down in that category.
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