**** Timomatic picked a good metaphor here. Right from the start I'm hit with space-age sounding synths like I'm in the future (ignoring the fact that as of "Incredible" I actually am one year in the future). Note also that Timomatic mentions 'twerking', proof that he's gone into the future.
Nonetheless, I think what's happened here is that word of "Set It Off" spread quickly, so quickly that Timomatic's previous gawk-accepting girl heard of it and had to check it out. Recalling all the episodes of Everybody Loves Raymond that she forced him to watch over that last year, he realises that just locking the door to the club is not the way to go, so he realises that there's only one way to go: space. Luckily Timomatic is filthy rich off the back of his universal #2 triple platinum smash, so he has the money to afford an Earth orbiting spaceship. His spaceship doesn't do just that either, it supplies all the wicked beats in this song that quite frankly blow my mind. I also imagine the different gravitational effects that come from space helped Timomatic somehow come up with a pretty catchy melody. Timomatic should record more music from in his spaceship. 3.7