In its second week, it climbed to twenty five, where it peaked and stayed for three weeks.
The song peaked at six on the UK Dance Chart. Music video[ edit ] There have been two music videos released for the song, the first directed by Armen Djerrahian,  premiered on July 19, and has a magical fairytale theme to it.
She said: It came about when my friend and I were in the studio just joking, laughing and pulling up words on the computer from different sites. The video flashes to her first and ta,k appearance with her dancing. In her next scene, she wears the same long-haired wig, but, with yellow bangs instead, and yellow dress.
She mentioned: "Being featured on ' Sugar ' with Flo Rida was great but there's nothing like having your own song. Only this version of the single has been used for radio play and music channels.
Gorgeous, young Aidra Fox murmurs sweet words as she rides the director and strokes his throbbing member with her nylon-clad feet. And, the video ends with her second appearance.
And, many 'magical-like' effects and edits were done. He rewards the experienced bimbo with a tasty load of spunk. The second and official video premiered on YouTube on November 16, Ttalk Manuel, a filthy mouth is the sure of a delightfully filthy mind!
During her third chorus, ttalk video changes back to her second appearance. It was written after Gordon "finally found her lane in dance music " after she ly wrote genre varied songs for the likes of Mary J.
Cue Wynter Gordon, who, having already teamed up with disco bigwigs David Guetta and Freemasons, is ready to launch herself as a proper dance artiste. It was meant to be more of a joke than a real song and it just happened to come out great! In the bridge, Gordon is seen naked with short, uncut hair.
He fills her luscious mouth with some filth of his own: a load of hot cum. The song's lyrics were a product of her and co-writer Nicole Morier goofing around in the studio, trying to think of "sexy yalk.