Produced by Kenny Beats, this Hip-Hop banger finds Ab-Soul boasting how much he enjoys living in luxury. The song features Ab-Soul's fellow Top Dog Entertainment member Schoolboy Q, whilst an uncredited Mac Miller croons the hook.
At the end of the song the beat cuts out, and Diddy enters to spit a few acapella lines. "I met Diddy through Q," Ab-Soul told MTV News. "You know, Q calls himself Puffy, as well. After we exchanged numbers, he just kind of really just became a lot like a mentor to me. So it was just real profound to me to try to get Puffy and Puffy on the same song."
One of Diddy's lines, "What, it ain't no more to it," replicates a phrase Biggie boasted on "B.I.G. Interlude." from Life After Death. "That was super profound," said Ab-Soul, "to have Puffy do that for me, to make that reference."
Diddy's contribution was a late addition. "It was one of my last little ideas, which was the cause for the wait," Ab-Soul said. "I turned it in at the top of the year, but, you know, it was a company decision to go back in and tighten it up and expound on it as best as I could, and just make it a masterpiece."
The beginning of the outro ("So before we go out, what's your address?") is a sample from Lana Del Rey's "National Anthem