Joe Budden and his Slaughterhouse compatriots continue the confessions of the previous two songs. Here, the uncredited female vocalist's soft performance dials back the over-the-top drama and the banging boom-bap drums provide enough of a change that you don't mind yet another moody piano line. Joe gets deep again, rapping, "Tell my pop I ain’t bothered when he don't speak to me, I love you but it’s weak to me. On one hand life is short and there’s no excuse to do it, but you was missing half my life dog, I’m kind of used to it."
(Photos from left: Joe Budden/Instagram, Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for G-Shock 30th Anniversary Kick-Off)