Let’s be honest here: the only reason this song went to No. 1 (debuted at No. 1, actually) is because of many stars attached to it, as DJ Khaled couldn’t have fit more names on this track if he’d tried. The production is fine—not stellar—and only Chance The Rapper’s verse stands out as particularly interesting (but that’s always the case with him). Justin Bieber is surely glad he signed on to be a part of this cut, but it won't be remembered in a few years.