This track is 93 percent of the reason I felt like hearing this album.
At this point of his career, Jeezy can only play that conservative point guard for Kendrick and Cole, and I think he does that role pretty well. Over this mettlesome instrumental, the Snowman gets real, channeling both the old him that is unapologetic and the new him that has a wad of cash. I love how he mixes both worlds, as he aims to put all age ranges onto game.
There’s this competitive thing going on between Cole and Kendrick, but i think it’s more of a brotherly competition than anything. Well on this song, they are on the same page, as they both aim to deliver this message centered around hood success. Cole comes with it hard on his verse, but Kendrick is playing around too much on his.
This track is definitely worth the wait.
OVERALL RATING (5/5)