Here, Logic outlines his thoughts on politics. He told Genius: "I've never done a song like this ever. I've never gotten political. I've never talked about things. It ain't even about black or this or that. It's just about America."
Logic calls out Kanye West for not protesting against President Donald Trump:
George Bush doesn't care about black people 2017 and Donald Trump is the sequel so S--t, I'll say what Kanye won't Wake the f--k up and give the people what they want
Logic told Billboard magazine that though Kanye West is a persona hero, "I'm going to stand up and say what you will not for the culture."
The track features verses by Chuck D, the frontman of the Long Island political hip-hop sextet Public Enemy and Black Thought, MC of the Philadelphia-based hip-hop group The Roots.
Chucago beatmaker No I.D. raps the outro. No I.D., is best known for his production work with the likes of Common and Jay-Z and is one of Kanye West's earliest collaborators. Logic tweeted: "Can we just take a moment to point out the fact that NO ID @cocaine80s is rapping on my album 4 the first time in 20 years What?! Like what?"
Until December 5, 1998, a song had to be issued as a single to make the Hot 100. Aaliyah's "Try Again" was the first tune to top the chart based on airplay alone, without any sales figures being included.