This song really tells it how it is. Off J. Carr and O’dell’s project Godspeed, this track, in the most brutally honest and raw way, talks about J.Carr’s struggles to get to where he is now: “From this day forth/I’m though with hopping over fences/From this day forth/ I’m only hopping in to Benz’s/From this day forth/Never stopping is the mission/From this day forth/There’s no limits”. J.Carr talks about his big dreams, living in poverty, refusing to adhere to mainstream music requirements, and racism. My favourite line hands down: “We work and never idle/Beat the same drum/When your fridge get full don’t forget where you came from”. So simple yet it’s one of the wisest things I’ve heard in awhile. I applaud J.Carr’s decision to reveal his personal struggles; he captures them well. In doing so, he also makes himself relatable, giving listeners something to wholly identify with. Take a listen below and let me know if you agree.