This was one of the four tracks which came on The-Dream’s Climax EP, which he dropped shortly after IV Play was released on May 28th. The EP apparently also came with the deluxe version of the LP. The-Dream has now developed quite a strong fan base as a solo artist, after dropping four quality albums (well, one was a mixtape), but people are still sleeping on the talent that is Terius Nash. IV Play is definitely not The-Dream’s best album ever, with a more scattered sound and less cohesive theme, however, that’s not say it doesn’t leave you with tracks you want to replay over and over—it does. The-Dream released “Dope Bitch” and “ROC” a while ago, which were at first thought to be album singles, but it seems they didn’t make the cut and thus ended up on Climax. It could be that this is also the case for the above song, “Com’on.” Even so, don’t dismiss “Com’on”—it’s an extremely nice Dream record. Personally I think it could have lived on the album and it would have been up to par. The hit-maker warns deejays not to play “that song” as he tries to forget his lady love, over a piano-backed beat.