The Chicago rapper loads up his bars on the Donis Beats-produced track with social issues like gun violence (“Tired of seein’ my niggas die, on they days they momma cryin'”) and even a timely line about President-elect Donald Trump (“If Donald Trump win the spot, then we back to the basics”).
Jadakiss swoops in with a raspy sixteen about the triumphs in his life. “Kick back, smoke, and I just tell my mans/ Look y’all, we came a long way from selling grams,” he spits.
The rap duet follows Durk’s recently released album Lil Durk 2x in July. Jada has been popping up on other collaborations like the remix to the Young M.A. hit “OOUUUU,” also featuring Uncle Murda. The Yonkers MC is also working on his forthcoming joint mixtape Freddy vs. Jason with Fabolous.