As for how Ray J received it, we're told he's cool with both Kanye and Kim and appreciates Kanye reaching out.Our Ray J sources say he also wants to make something very clear ...Due to the song's use of a sample of Mandrill's 1978 song "Gilly Hines", penned by band members Claude Cave II, and Carlos, Louis and Ricardo Wilson, they are also credited as writers.Lyrically, "Talk About Our Love" is about a relationship that lacks support by family and friends; the music consists of an arrangement using a bass, keyboards, drums, and string instruments, the latter of which were provided by Israeli violinist Miri Ben-Ari.“Since my mom passed, it was very difficult and hard to find love,” West said.“It’s hard for anyone to find love, especially if you’re in a position of being famous or, as they call me now, polarizing…There’s times when I wasn’t with her, I wanted to be with her so bad that I thought about taking up sports.” West also addressed other struggles he’s had since the passing of his mother.he said is was pure fun and he was not talking trash about Ray J's bank account.
Its accompanying music video was directed by Dave Meyers, based on a concept by West.
“I think she brought us in something to drink that you can’t drink on daytime TV, but we were in the studio so it was okay.
Or it might have been when I was doing Brandy’s video. '” The show’s host, Kris Jenner, who is Kim Kardashian’s mother, asked West if he felt “love at first sight” upon meeting Kardashian. Beyond acknowledging love at first sight, Kanye also addressed the difficulty he had with relationships after his mother passed in 2008.
"I hit it north with her ass going south, but now baby chose to go west," Ray sings, in what seems to be a diss towards Kanye.
"She might move on to rappers and ball players/But we all know I hit it first," adds Ray J on the song.