Kendrick Lamar jumps in halfway through to close the track with some rhymes of resilience. "I think people automatically assumed [that] with me and Kendrick Lamar, if we actually collaborated, it's gonna be a club joint, but for me, I always like to change and switch the envelope," he noted.
Brown added this is something he's always tried to do when working with rappers. "Even when I did Juelz Santana on 'Run It!
,' at that time, real hard-core [rap music] wasn't really fusing with R&B like that. I try to change it up as much as possible. It's what I love to do."