Ride

Album: 11:11 Reset (2017)
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Songfacts®:

  • Keyshia Cole explained the song's meaning to Rap-Up:

    "[The lyrics are about] we're tired of being f---ed over so we about to pull up on you and ride on you," she said. "It's like, you don't even understand what you're doing, you're really pissing me off, and my friends are mad about it too so we gots to all come over there and make sure that you understand what you're doing wrong."
  • The song features a vocal contribution by Oakland rapper Kamaiyah. She is best known for her guest verse on YG's "Why You Always Hatin?"
  • The Drumma World produced song samples 2Pac's "Hail Mary."

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