21 Savage uses a theatrical whisper flow in the first verse to describe his early days growing up around poverty and violence. On the chorus the Atlanta rapper warms his haters not to "Come Out the House," as he and his gang are hanging around outside.
Savage explained to Genius
that his whisper flow came from his writing process. "I don't be whispering to record, I just whisper while I'm thinking of what I'm going to say next," he said. "I might be in the booth like, 'Tss, tss, chh, chh, chh.' It just so happen that Metro was like, 'Say it like that, how you just said it.'"