It's not my favorite song from the album, but I still love it.
First of all, the production IS perfect. The beat with the 'coin drop' sound effects in the verses is perfect and I think she/they took a lot of tries to figure out how to make the chorus work best. There's a gazillion demo's floating around.
The song sounds filthy and sarcastically rich, precisely what it's about.
As a good song it doesn't hold up, it's gimmicks over quality, but she did it perfectly and it's a timeless gimmick.

It's almost like BTD is the opposite to NFR at this point. Both great albums for very different reasons, perfectly placed in her timeline.