Travis Scott is joined on this jittery, hectic cut by Drake and Swae Lee. The Houston rapper recruited a quartet of producers (Hit-Boy, OZ, Cubeatz, and Tay Keith) for the song, which features three abrupt beat change-ups. The track starts off with Drake ad-libbing over an organ groove, but just as he's getting going, The OVO MC announces mid-verse he's passing the baton to Scott. La Flame switches up the beat and goes a completely different route.Gone on you with the pick and roll
Young La Flame, he in sicko mode
"Sicko," or "6icko", is a term used to describe Drake's friends. It is derived from his hometown Toronto's area codes, 416 and 647, which is often used by OVO Crew members in their songs. Drake previously referred to himself as a "sicko" on his 2016 single "Summer Sixteen
". However, in this instance Drake uses it as a reference to the beast mode that he and Travis tap in to in comparison to the weaker modes of their competition.
Travis Scott spends the next few minutes rapping a couple of verses aided by Swae Lee over a hard and funky instrumental. Drake eventually returns, following another beat change, to complete what he started, before Scott polishes off the track with some concluding rhymes.