The official remix, however, features Kanye West. The song debuted on the Billboard Hot at number 84 in March;  it reached the top ten in May when it climbed from number 39 to number 5 in one week. It also peaked at number 4 in the UK, becoming Ne-Yo's only lead single to date to not reach the top spot. The groove is heavily influenced by the disco style guitar with delay. The song was featured in the film Are We Done Yet? A small clip of the video has also been shown on TRL.
The video has garnered over 80 million views on YouTube. Ne-Yo throughout the video echoes dance moves popularized by Michael Jackson.
At the club, as she invites him to dance, a girl played by La'Shontae Heckerd brushes past him and is shown to express a seductive look. He decides to follow her into the bathroom, and there the two share a passionate kiss.
The scene ends with her leaving as he rinses his face with water in regret. In the next scene, Ne-Yo is shown in the bedroom with his girlfriend. As she falls asleep, he receives a call from the girl he met at the club, asking him to join her as a clip of her diving in a steamy pool is shown. He leaves with shoes but no socks on, intending on slipping his feet into the pool.
After he arrives, she displays seductive moves in the pool as he takes photos of her. The two are again shown sharing a kiss after he lifts her out of the pool. The following scene shows Ne-Yo in the bedroom with his girlfriend. As they embrace in bed, flashes of the girl he met replace that of his girlfriend, showing that he keeps seeing her in his mind and replays their rendezvous. Finally, Ne-Yo is shown dancing with only socks on, displaying moves that echo James Brown's classic leg shuffle slide.
The music video implies the need to be with more than one person, and the hardship in maintaining a relationship whilst also encountering sexual liaisons with another. Eventually the person becomes addicted to sex as if 'she is the sweetest drug'. Ne-Yo has also worked with Trent Dickens for the choreography.