"Don't Get Me Started" is an effortless bad girl anthem combining the stirring vocal talents of PIA MIA and the electric lyrical verses of GUNNA, all tied together over the tantalizing production of CARNAGE. The joint track comes as the latest super-powered release in a knockout year for PIA MIA, following the success of stylized and sultry YG collaboration "FeelUp," the up beat "Crybaby," featuring Theron Theron, and the stormy love ballad "Bitter Love," featured in the movie AFTER. Pia Mia is having a phenomenal year recording and career wise, with V MAGAZINE saying, "It seems like 2019 is the year of Pia Mia."
According to PIA MIA, "The song was made in my living room about some shady Hollywood shit and a dress I found in a designer's trash closet. I pulled the dress out and told the designer that they'd made a mistake throwing the collection away and that I wanted to wear it. So the designer altered it for me to wear to a big carpet event but unfortunately the shady shit went down the morning of the event and I wasn't able to attend. A few months later, I saw in the media that a popular celebrity wore the dress to another event. Of course, she killed it and looked amazing and the dress ended up in Vogue."
PIA MIA says "GUNNA brings his innovation and rap gravitas to the track telling the listener what's up and how things go. He relates to fashion the way I do and he understands how important it is to us as artists. This took my concept to another level. On top of that, CARNAGE came in and delivered unbelievable production."
CARNAGE says "I have always wanted to work with PIA MIA. When she played her record 'Don't Get Me Started' with GUNNA for me, I knew I had to jump on it. GUNNA did what he does best and really took this record to the next level. So pumped for the fans to hear this one."
"Don't Get Me Started" comes as the latest of Carnage's collaborations, following up his summer jam "Wait for me" featuring Wiz Khalifa & G-Eazy. Fans can catch Carnage on tour this fall, full dates can be found here.
The track enters the collaborative body that PIA MIA has created with other artists including Chance the Rapper, G-Eazy, Chris Brown, Tyga, will.i.am, Jeremih, Theron Theron, and YG.