Following last week’s release of the cover art to Ray J’s “I Hit It First” the full version of the Bobby Brackins-assisted song has finally been released and the R&B crooner turned to New York City’s Hot 97 to share his thoughts on the song he says is “all love.”

During the brief interview, the singer spoke on listeners delving too deep into the song.

“It’s a song. It’s not about that. It’s just about a concept. You know what I’m saying? People going way too deep. They just gotta keep it on the surface,” said Ray J. “I’m not trying to create no war. It’s all love.”

On “I Hit It First,” Ray J seems to make mention of former girlfriend Kim Kardashian and her relationship with Kanye West as he sings, “I had her head going North and her ass going South/ But now baby chose to go West.”

Despite the song’s lyrics, Ray J informed fans that the record was made just for fun and is not a diss song.

“I think people digging into it way too deep. It’s a song. We just having fun. That’s it…It’s not a war. It’s not a diss song. We just having fun,” he revealed.

Audio from Ray J’s interview with Hot 97 can be found below (via XclusivesZone).

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