The G4 had been name-checked in songs such as Drake's 2009 "Forever".
A G6, they decided, was "flyer than a G4", according to Far East Movement member Kev Nish.
The "G6" in the song "Booty Bounce", which was sampled in "Like a G6", came about when the songs' producers, the Cataracs, were looking for a rhyme for the line "Sippin' sizzurp in my ride, like Three 6", a reference to the 2000 song "Sippin' on Some Syrup" by rap group Three 6 Mafia.
They settled on "G6", meant to be a reference to the private airplane model Gulfstream IV, referred to as a "G4".
The song received generally positive reviews from music critics, who highlighted its production and the saxophone line.
However, critics were divided regarding the song's lyrical content; some referred it to as sexy, while others dismissed its metaphors.
She collaborated with American rapper Flo Rida on an official remix as she believed she would enjoy the remix when hearing it on the radio."In the Dark" is a dance-pop song with a saxophone hook and influences of Eurodance, Latin and jazz music.The lyrics emphasize sex drives and letting the sensation of touch fully take over from sight.It is the lead single from Far East Movement's third studio album Free Wired, and production was handled by The Cataracs.For the chorus, Dev samples a verse from her own single "Booty Bounce", which was also written and produced by the Cataracs.
The final scene shows the members of Far East Movement getting on a Gulfstream IV the next morning.