From The Outside

Album: Crowns & Crosses (2016)
  • Bizzle is a dedicated dad with two sons who were four and five years old when Crowns & Crosses was released. This song finds him critiquing himself as a father. He explained to Billboard magazine:

    "I talk about how I was out of town when my son took his first steps, and my wife had to record it and send it to me. I got to catch some of the basketball games via Skype. Am I balancing my time right with my children? Will they look back and only see me saying 'Not right now, son'?"
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