[Outro: Rick Ross & Pusha T]
The outro by both Push & Ross symbolises the epitome of the song — the street life is harder than it seems. Often the drug dealing, street lifestyle is glorified throughout hip hop and people don’t understand the struggle. This song is an anthem for the kids on the street; the feeling when your best friend got caught by the cops on his 3rd strike, the feeling when your homie has been in for 5 years and can’t take it anymore, wanting to SNITCH to get out.
Push, Ross & Ye capture that emotion, to say “It’s okay man, we got you”
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