Both Kendrick Lamar and M.I.A. jump on this reflection about refugees and Donald Trump's immigration policy. While K-Dot is well known for his socially conscious lyrics, British rapper M.I.A can speak from personal experience having arrived in the UK with her mother and siblings on her 11th birthday as refugees fleeing civil war in Sri Lanka.
"[This] is about teenage life [and] living in a refugee situation because you were trying to find a different life," Pharrell Williams tod Zane Lowe on his Beats 1 Show. "And who better to enlist as feature on this song than the great Kendrick Lamar once again
? And also M.I.A."