Major label artist Big K.R.I.T. opens the track with rhymes about the struggle that comes with living a life of faith. He also reminisces about his grandmother, Ms. Linnie, a topic that crops up on a number of occasions in his music. Lecrae
told The Boombox
he had a lot of respect for his fellow southern rapper's skills. "I thought he'd be good for it specifically because I heard him do introspective songs like that in the past," said the Christian hip-hopper. "I knew I wanted to do something along those lines and just thinking of the landscape of hip-hop now and who are those artists, who do I gel with and who do I like, [it was] K.R.I.T."