Lil Durk: "I was young as hell [when this came out]. I was eight or nine, but I was into Kells. This is different too. Jay-Z that’s my homie. I’m gonna do a song with him there. I respect a guy from Chicago. I like people who come back to our city. They can’t even sing what they sing, they don’t come out there. You come there, you show other people’s city respect than ours, than the city you from. We don’t stop that the kid’s money. I mean, the kids with bags, you know what I am saying? Everything count. And they don’t do nothing."