The track features contributions from Key Glock and the late Young Dolph, whom Gucci previously paid tribute to with last year’s “Long Live Dolph.” Credited with the track’s production are BANDPLAY and Doughboy Beatz.
Dolph was fatally shot in Memphis last November at the age of 36. In the aforementioned So Icy Christmas track “Long Live Dolph,” Gucci remembered his late friend as a “legend” who will be greatly missed.
“R.I.P. to Dolph, long, long live the legend/From Memphis to the 6, they felt you in the bricks/The day you died, it broke my heart, a day I won’t forget/One thing you know, you’re missed, one thing you know, we pissed,” he rapped on the track, the video for which—like “Blood All On It”—was helmed by Omar the Director.
Last month, Gucci again linked with Omar for the video for his track “Publicity Stunt.” The 1017 Global Music founder’s 2022 output has also included the track “Fake Friends” and the Lil Durk collab “Rumors.” At the top of the year, Gucci made headlines after widely shared social media footage showed him surprising wife Keyshia Ka’oir with $1 million in cash for her birthday, which she later declared “one of the best birthdays ever.”