With a myriad of vocals weaving throughout the opening, this track twinkles with effervescent potential with liberal use of celesta and chimes to add sparkle giving it a feeling of hope. Penned while incarcerated, Kodak black laments his lost freedom from “going down the wrong path” and his childhood “growing up without a father it’ll make you evil”. He appears to have turned himself around and has seen the error of his ways but acknowledges his difficult life without a father “how he gon’ be a man when you ain’t never teach him”. It’s a song of redemption which reflects this in the familiar rasp of vocals juxtaposed with sparkling instrumental.
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