The Philly-born crooner Sterling Simms links up with the G.O.O.D. half of the Clipse (see what I did there?) for an ode to lost love. But no love song worth listening to comes without the blunt emotion of lines like “I know love when I see that bitch” and Sterling’s raw vocals deliver them perfectly. Pusha T flows effortlessly over the horn-laced instrumental with a verse complete with Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta shout outs. No Stevie J struggle face.