The production was done by Ljay Currie who also contributes vocals. Ljay slides onto the record first and delivers a solid blend of both rapping and singing that teeters towards R&B. Iggy holds down the hook and the rest of the song, flexing her melodies on the chorus while hitting a triplet flow during her flows. The two of them celebrate the come-up and the difficulties they’ve faced. Iggy’s had an interesting come up and with everything that’s happened within her career, this song sounds like she’s finally in a more comfortable position.