*** I think I was lead off on the wrong track with the previous track. I do think that he wanted to take second girl with him on his spaceship, but his real intention seems to be to keep her held captive there as he descends on the club to find another girl.
Having conquered love twice in the space of a year, everyone knows Timomatic to be the confident guy with all the swagger in the world to pick up any girl he wants. He gets to the girl and talks himself up, changing his gawkish sound from 'woah' to 'ayo'. I'm unsure if it's a measure that one of those quotes doesn't indicate real love, or that 'ayo' is a response to all the futuristic technology he had experienced in his spaceship. I never 'got' that 50 Cent song but Timomatic probably did so the phrase makes more sense to him.
But the secret he isn't letting on to the girl is that he's not that super confident guy at all. Despite his love conquering, he's also chickened out both times, and I imagine he's thinking the same will happen with this new girl. Nonetheless it's unsurprising they hit it off for the mean time. The mood is more relaxed as this song doesn't have the same instant thud of "Set It Off", so the club vibe is good. Although that's not good for the song, as it usually takes the hustle and bustle of the club environment to mask the shittiness of the music that gets played there. With everyone able to process their actions clearly, they all realise that this song is pretty average. 2.9