The principal segment of the new cut is provided by Drake, who seems to shoot shots at Kanye West with verses like "N*ggas gotta get off my discharge day, huh," referencing their long quarrel close by a melody that suggests his child Adonis and that's just the beginning. The beat at that point continues to switch up, with Future coming in with his syrupy stream over a progressively front-substantial snare background. Here, Future takes advantage of his trademark wit, referencing the Taliban and broadened Dracos, similarly recounting the come up from his bando days.
In the visual for the single, the two rappers can be seen working customary 9-to-5s, selling cell phones in a store, working as mechanics in an auto shop, and working the counters at a temporary drive-through joint. The video similarly incorporates appearances by Lil Yachty, 21 Savage, Mike WiLL, and Big Bank Black.