Rubinos and Sammus trade words on the spaced-out cut, with Bell providing production.
"Big thanks to my extremely talented and open collaborators for making this new experience so beautiful," says Rubinos on Facebook. "Learned so much and am so inspired by you both! Thanks also to Tune-Yards for the invite to participate in your Red Bull Radio show... and to Anti Records for being so supportive of me trying new things! Grateful to end the year this way, sending love and warmth to all!"
Sammus has also written on Twitter about the song's themes and ideas:
This is a song in which I shared what intersectionality means to me -- if u say u r down, r u down for me? For other brown folks? For queer folks? For trans folks? For poor folks? Fat folks? Disabled folks? Are you down baby?— SAMMUS the RAPPER (@sammusmusic) December 12, 2017
The three artists got together during Merrilll Garbus (Tune-Yards)' Red Bull Radio show last month to talk about the track and how it came together. Check out a clip.