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Lamar croons here to his fiancée, his high school sweetheart Whitney Alford. He asks her on the refrain: If I didn't ride blade on curb, would you still love me? If I made up my mind at work would you still love me? The lines are an ode to the classic 50 Cent and Nate Dogg collaboration "21 Questions," employing the same rhetorical technique that was used by 50 Cent on the track.

Later on Lamar nods to the ring he put on Whitney's finger. I had to do it, I want your body, your music I bought the big one to prove it. Kendrick Lamar announced his engagement to Whitney Alford on April 3, 2015 during an interview with Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club.

Lamar is assisted with his radio-ready seduction by Zacari, who previously contributed to other projects on TDE from Isaiah Rashad and Ab-Soul. He recalled to Genius just after the release of DAMN.: "I think it was late last year, like toward the end of the year. When I played [the song] for Kendrick, he asked me to send it to him, and then we sent it to him. The very next day he was asking for stems to record. After he took the stems, he kind of just took off with it and killed it." Lamar previously worked with Zacari when both were featured on Isaiah Rashad's 2016 song, "Wat's Wrong."

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