Danny Brown recounts here some of his tough experiences growing up in Detroit at the height of the crack epidemic. He spits his rhymes over British producer Paul White's minimalist beat.
"That one is like pretty much me going back to the old school Danny Brown signature," he told Beats 1's Zane Lowe. "Talking that all that old school s--t, coming up in the hood... but still coming at it from a totally different angle than your average hood street rapper would. It's like karate with me. I'm like on black belt status when it comes to beats. A lot of rappers live behind the production. I can rap over anything and make it dope."