The track was co-written and produced by Benny Blanco, who also produced previous hit Stereo Hearts."Ass Back Home" became the group's third biggest hit on the Billboard Hot 100 when it peaked at number 12, Chad Grischow of IGN named "Ass Back Home" the best track on the album, writing "The breezy dub rock flavor of shimmering guitar and an adorable hook from Neon Hitch turn 'Ass Back Home' into the best of the album, as Mc Coy's beat-riding flow works wonders as he sings the praises of his patient woman." Robert Copsey of Digital Spy rated the song four out of five stars, writing that "The result makes for a more fascinating collab than if, say, they'd roped Ke$ha in on the track (although we wouldn't be adverse to that either), as Hitch's fresh but distinctive vocal ticks make for a far more interesting listen.
That she manages to succeed on that alone is a huge achievement in itself." The music video features Neon Hitch as Travie Mc Coy's girlfriend.
This was followed by "Silly Girl", "Bad Dog" (which was intended to be the first single of the album) and "Poisoned with Love", the latter which appeared in Teen Wolf and Now That's What I Call Music! She also released a series of covers and mash-up covers of songs by other artists, including Wiz Khalifa's "On My Level", Waka Flocka Flame's "No Hands" and Kreayshawn's "Gucci Gucci".
Hitch was also featured on "Ass Back Home" by Gym Class Heroes, which has peaked at number twelve in the Billboard Hot 100.
Since that release, the band's single "Cupid's Chokehold" reached No. Mc Coy released his solo debut album Lazarus in June 2010.
Lumumba-Kasongo has been working on his side-project Soul, while Mc Ginley now drums in the rock group Kill the Frontman.