Clocking in at just under two minutes, the cut features work from the artist’s in-house producer 6IX and hears Logic touch on returning to the game, claiming what’s rightfully his and wanting to properly leave with no regrets. “Intro” serves as a deeply personal track as the artist also talks about looking back on his rhyme book from 19 years old as a 31-year-old man, and how he initially felt like he was destined for nothing due to his poor upbringing. “I’ve been to hell and back / Motherf*cker, platinum plaque / None of that though don’t mean sh*t if your family ain’t got your back / I’m unretired, yeah I’m back / That’s a fact, that’s that,” he raps.
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In other new music releases, Isaiah Rashad delivered the new track “Headshots (4r Da Locals).”