Bell boasts the bravado of a male throughout the track with her hard-hitting lyrics and witty punch lines. Serving as an ode to males to step their game up (“Can’t make it rain dubs get the f— out the club”) and also for females to keep their men close by, (Imma bad b—-, and ya girl ain’t s—), this track will have the club turned up for the remainder of the summer for sure.
Bell hails from London and since 2010, she has covered a considerable amount of ground on the music scene. Dabbling in different genres, including trap, R&B and house has made her a mainstay in her hometown.
Polow has enjoyed success on a number of fronts while producing for stars such as Keri Hilson, Usher, Chris Brown, Mario and Ester Dean. His record with Ester Dean, “Drop It Low,” is also sampled in “Pay Me” as well. “ ‘Pay Me’ is a female anthem for the club. It allows women to say how they really feel under the disguise of a party record,” Polow stated. “It has an old-school Miami feel to it, it’s fun.”
Recently, Polow received a new deal with Epic Records, which experienced a resurgence thanks to LA Reid.
Be on the look out for more music from Siobhan Bell and also for more music from Polow Da Don as he has produced three new tracks on Ciara’s upcoming album.
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