Stream the track, also featuring DJ Stevie J, up top via Tory's YouTube.
The Smash David-produced is taken from Lanez' 2018 album Love Me Now?, which actually marked his second studio album of the year. Smash David also handled production or co-production on "Duck My Ex," "Drip Drip Drip," "Flexible," and more.
The Weezy-boosted remix arrives at the possible conclusion of Lanez' highly publicized back-and-forth with Joyner Lucas. "That Joyner Lucas kid, I want to offer this moment right now to give him a good moment of silence," Lanez told the crowd during a show in Toronto last week. "Rest in peace because today his career is over. Joyner Lucas, we killed you. It's done."
Over the recent holiday weekend, Lanez again referenced the Lucas feud:
Speaking with Complex back in March about his other 2018 album Memories Don't Die, Lanez compared his creative to approach to a conversation with a friend. "I think it's a matter of how honest you can be with people," he said at the time. "When you have a conversation with your friend and it's an honest conversation, you always remember those moments because they are 100 percent transparent. It's the same thing what makes music timeless."