A complimentary piece to Kendrick Lamar's feel-good track "I
," this melancholic number finds the Compton rapper exploring the darkness of his heart and how fame has made him a hollow monster. He told Rolling Stone
. "That was one of the hardest songs I had to write. There's some very dark moments in there. All my insecurities and selfishness and letdowns. That s--t is depressing as a motherf–ker. But it helps, though. It helps."