Produced by Drum Dummie, the song and video reflects on certain hardships the Jacksonville singer and actress has had to go through, particularly lately. It also throws shade at those praying on her downfall.
The visual also showcases KaMillion’s versatility as she breaks out some bars for the track, but also sings on the hook.
Previously, KaMillion’s name has been seen in the songwriting credits for Dirty Money’s “Your Love” featuring Trey Songz and Rick Ross, Trey Songz’ “Already Taken,” Jordin Sparks’ “1000” and Rihanna’s “Watch N’ Learn,” among others.
BET previously showcased KaMillion’s single “Beep Beep.”
Watch her latest visual below.