And just when we think we're done with hearing Kendrick Lamar remixes, Blood Diamonds twists this interesting single into the subdued dubstep banger that many felt was lurking on the under. The screwed vocals of the hook work very well, and B.D. doesn't go for the typical dubstep sound; he keeps the drums light(er), all the better for the steamrolling bass that he cooked up. The instrumental turns the track into a hangover situation; this is the day after a night of binge-drinking, with the bass playing all kinds of headache scenarios while you're trying to remember how you got to now.