J. Cole Enlist 21 Savage & Morray On “m y . l i f e”
J. Cole and 21 Savage reunite with Morray on the hook for a highlight off of “The Off-Season.”
On The Off-Season, Savage and Cole reunite alongside Morray for a highlight off of the project titled, “m y . l i f e.” Jake One, Wu10 and Cole handle the bluesy production that finds the Dreamville rapper and 21 Savage trading bars detailing their struggles in their childhood and overcoming the obstacles that could’ve led them to grave circumstances. The winding vocal sample feels reminiscent of “a lot” in many ways, though the drums certainly kick a bit harder on this one.
Morray’s hook ties together the track with an homage to Styles P and Pharoah Monch’s “The Life.” Check the song out below and let us know what you think in the comments.
Say what? The stuff that I’ve seen got me traumatized
I let the K go when Johnny died
Swangin’ that muhfucka’ side to side
We don’t participate, ain’t with that squashin’ shit, all we believe in is homicide