Speaking with The Fader, Duru described the track:
"This song reflects the day-to-day perils of life in North Charlotte. I was running through beats one day and this hook just matched the dreamy vibe. I think this single portrays the new sound of my upcoming project RelateEverything to Everything."
If that's the case, then the Josh Heflinger-produced song promises warm, sunny instrumentals that belie the gritty lyrical content within. Stay tuned.
You can tell the way a nigga movin'
You ain't fuckin' with a nigga
We that generation baby
Let me come and save ya