Chainz encountered some unlucky legal troubles on the eve of his album dropping, which likely led to poor promotion for the project. The unfortunate part is it’s actually stock full of bangers (no Miley!).
— Chance raps in his verse on this track, which blends so nicely together, you’d think the lyrics should be “Me and RAPSODY…”
Rapsody is perhaps one of the most overlooked emcees who consistently delivers deeply personal, deeply lyrical verses, and this is no exception. There’s so much emotion in both her and Chance’s flow, a sad song never felt so good.
This song also had a remix with a verse from Big KRIT
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The name alone is a clever play on Jay Z’s album, Magna Carta… Holy Grail and the bars that ensue, uninterrupted by hooks, are dizzyngly lyrical. Fellow Chicagoan, Chance The Rapper summed up the response we had to this track best: