Birdman is still running things. This track is pure magic, these artists kill every track they get on, it was bound to be a hit. DJ Khaled has thrown his vocals on the intro; when you hear Khaled at the start of a song, you know it’s going to be a banger. The instrumental starts with hand drums in the background, whilst the beat itself sounds as if it has the inspirational vibe. Kendrick Lamar, Dr Dre’s protégé goes in on this track – lyrically, he’s quick, meaningful and far from modest, he knows where he is, and his voice fits this instrumental well, although, his voice fits most beats. Ace Hood comes in as usual, hard. He’s been quiet for the last couple of months, but now he’s really coming out with his collaborations and showing his ability. Ace Hood has become close with Birdman and Khaled, notably by mentioning “…what it do Bird, my f**king brother” in his verse. Birdman does surprisingly well on this track, he does as he always does, defines his wealth and how important it is to him. Young Money’s president, Mack Maine is a little weak on this track, but that’s compared to the other artists, which isn’t a shock.
But, altogether, a good track, give it a listen. Enjoy.