London On Da Track built his beat to appeal to 21 Savage. "I played him a few beats, and actually, with this record, he just really freestyled it," the producer told Genius
. "His sound is very dark and scary. My music is very versatile, but my hard beats is very, you know scary as well."
"I knew what kind of sound he was going for right when I went in the studio 'cause he played me some of his records," he continued. "This was one of them joints that he just went in, off top of the dome, killed it, one freestyle. It was really a verse, and then, you know, I made it into a whole song."