Produced by Hitmaka, the instrumentals come filled with crisp drums and light guitars for a slight throwback sound reminiscent of R&B records from the ’00s. As per usual, Teyana Taylor comes through with strong vocals backed by lush soulful harmonies. King Combs follows with a smooth flow, almost sounding just like his father. The track measures at just over four and a half minutes and will see an accompanying music video that’s directed by the singer herself, expected to release soon.
Scroll below for a listen of the track and stay tuned for the release of the upcoming visuals.