by Chief Keef (featuring Kanye West)


  • This heavily Auto-Tuned song features Kanye West delivering some background vocals. The GOOD Music owner first worked with his fellow Chicago rapper back in 2011 when he remixed his tune, "I Don't Like." The following year, Ye recruited Keef to spit some slurred rhymes for his "Hold My Liquor" Yeezus track.
  • The song samples Willie Hutch's 1973 track "Brother's Gonna Work It Out" from the soundtrack of the Blaxploitation film, The Mack.


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