Lyrically, the song sees Brown and Ludacris exploring ways to leave a woman satisfied. "Wet the Bed" was written by Brown, Derrick "Bigg D" Baker, Steven Kubie, Kevin Mc Call, Sevyn Streeter, Andre Merritt, Joseph Bereal and Christopher Bridges, while the production was handled by Bigg D and Steven "Q-Beatz" Kubie aka "The Kid" at South Beach Studios, Miami with engineers Eric Manco and Ryan Coplan.
It was written by Brown, King Derrick "Bigg D" Baker, Steven Kubie, Kevin Mc Call, Amber Streeter, Andre Merritt, Joseph Bereal and Christopher Bridges, and produced by Bigg D.
It was revealed in June 2008 that Brown was working with producers The Runners to create an "amazing, insane record.
Something you've never heard before." Recording for the album primarily took place in Orlando and on September 5, 2009, via Twitter, Brown announced that he had completed the album, and also revealed that the album would be released outside of the US on December 7 and in the US on December 8.
The hip-hop-influenced "Wait", with The Game and R&B singer Trey Songz features "bouncy sirens", and according to Jon Caramanica of The New York Times is closest to capturing the "frenetic energy" of Brown's early singles. yeah i said it and i aint retracting shit..talked to the managers and they didnt even know anything. but they had Alicia Keys' album, The Element of Freedom, ready for release for this tuesday comin … No disprespect to Alicia at all, just givin an example to whos album is loaded and ready to go next week".
The previous has been described to bear a sonic resemblance to Madonna's "Drowned World/Substitute for Love." The latter, "Famous Girl", featuring new wave influences and a bouncy, light melodic line, seems to throw accusations of infidelity in Rihanna's direction, as well as implying she "had a temper of her own." The song also references songs Drake's "Best I Ever Had", Hilson's "Knock You Down", Keyshia Cole's "Heaven Sent", Beyoncé's "Halo", and Jazmine Sullivan's "Bust Your Windows", as well as Rihanna's "Disturbia" and his "Forever", as Brown laments on writing the first song and confronts the rumor about busting Rihanna's car windows. the manager told me that when there are new releases its mandatory to put em on the shelves.. It was released on all major formats and, in addition to the standard edition, an extended deluxe edition was also released, containing an additional six songs.
To promote the album, Brown embarked on the "Fan Appreciation Tour" on October 27, 2009, in New Jersey. The tour ended on December 15, 2009, in New York and a portion of the proceeds from the tour will go to charity to help the victims of domestic violence as well as people with developmental disabilities.
Graffiti was nominated for two Grammy Awards; including one for the Best Contemporary R&B Album and the other for the Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals for this track, "Take My Time" featuring Tank.
In 2008, Chris Brown commenced work on his third studio album and confirmed the title, Graffiti, at the 2008 American Music Awards.
It was released on December 7, 2009, by Jive Records.
The album serves as a follow-up to his previous album Exclusive (2007).