“You know what happen when G.O.O.D Music and MMG get together, right? We get that money.”
As proposed by the title of the song, money is the matter of the track. Both Rozay and Pusha go in on a hard track that sounds similar to most Jahlil Beats tracks: hard and bumpin’. But this track is produced by Southside (who had an input on Big Sean’s Detroit) and Rico Beats. Pusha’s vocals on the repetitive hook cuts well, so too does his verse. Then, Rozay comes in, who somehow blesses any beat, whether it be hard, soft, fast or slow. This may be the start of a healthy relationship between the two groups – let’s hope so. Enjoy.