E-40 officially dropped a visual for his single “I Stand On That (feat. T.I. and Joyner Lucas).” The song follows the release of his collaborative album with Too $hort titled Terms and Conditions, which includes features from musicians like G-Eazy, Freddie Gibbs, Brent Faiyaz, Drakeo the Ruler, Gashi, Larry June and Symba.
Produced by Traxamillion, “I Stand On That” is a flute-led hip-hop offering that finds the three rappers delivering motivational bars about their come-up, along with words about the work they put in to obtain their dreams. Joyner Lucas raps,
“I bet on myself, reinvented myself/All the plaques I got, won’t fit on my shelf/I’m sick of myself, jumped out of my skin/Hopped into my shell, I am feeling quite well.”
As the song continues, E-40 speaks about sticking to his guns and putting others in their place if necessary. He also talks about how he turned his dreams into a reality.
“I’m worth a few million, I’m chasing a billion/I’m up like a ceiling, I’m really a real/A badger, a beast from the soil and you can get popped like a boil/Bitch boy, you gon’ leak like some oil/Walk up on me and I’m dumpin’, as long as I can see it coming, it’s on/If I ran out of ammo, I’m runnin’, I’m gone.”
Lastly, T.I comes up to the microphone and drops warning bars for those who talk too freely. He also pays his respects toward E-40, saying,
“Grew up on Keith and Too $hort and E-40/A triple OG, a G ’bout to be forty.”
The visual, directed by Jae Synth, finds the trio in their respective cities. E-40, Joyner Lucas, and T.I also rap alongside beautiful women and foreign whips.