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Fastlife received a generally mixed reception from music critics, with the record's production and lyrical themes receiving praise. Along with the album's mixed reviews, the project failed to achieve the commercial success Jonas had seen with his band. Fastlife sold a total of 18,000 copies in its first week of release, reaching number fifteen on the Billboard 200 chart. The album quickly fell off the chart, going on to sell 45,000 copies in the United States by 2015. The album fared similarly worldwide, reaching the lower end of various charts. Following the release of Fastlife, both Jonas and his band parted ways with Hollywood Records, purchasing the rights to their musical releases. The album is Jonas' first to include a Parental Advisory sticker for the explicit lyrics Lil Wayne raps on it. The original album censors the explicit lyrics but when the song went on the soundtrack album of the Jonas Brothers in May 2019 for their June 2019 documentary Chasing Happiness, the explicit lyrics were not censored. This is why it received an explicit tag. When the actual album of this song released, it was explicit until 2016, Jonas changed the song on iTunes and replaced it with the clean version and put a clean sticker instead of no sticker so people would know the original version is explicit. Luckily there are no explicit versions of the song on iTunes. Jonas also replaced the song with the clean version on Spotify, but since there are no clean tags on Spotify, he removed the explicit sticker. He also replaced the song with the clean version on Amazon Music. The explicit version is only on the documentary soundtrack. It is also on YouTube.