This song features multiple bars by The Weeknd. Nav's XO label boss croons two verses and the hook, while the Toronto rapper's only contribution to the track is spitting the third verse.
Having "a price on someone's head" is a term referring to a reward offered for someone's capture or death. Here, The Weeknd expresses his fear of being targeted by his haters.
Price on my head, got a price on my head Night when I rest, with a knife by my bed I'm so paranoid, I'ma sleep when I'm dead
The Weeknd cannot sleep at night because of the price on his head. He feels he'll only be able to truly rest when he is dead.
The Weeknd previously featured on NAV's 2017 track "Some Way."
Directed by Kid. Studio, the cinematic music video captures Nav and The Weeknd expressing feelings of paranoia and being targeted in their hometown of Toronto. We see scenes of general mayhem as Canada's biggest city comes under attack and burns up. The clip features cameos from 88Glam, Cash XO and the rest of the XO crew.
"Bittersweet Symphony" by The Verve samples an obscure orchestral arrangement of the 1965 Rolling Stones song "The Last Time." The Verve had to sign away most of the royalties before they could release the song.