The romantic track has Jeremih crooning on the chorus, inquiring about his girl’s weekend and delivering other sweet nothings until the Game arrives with his more forward verses. “You lookin’ like a fruit platter, I’m-a bit into your peach,” he says. The rapper references Jay Z and Beyoncé, Snapchat’s popular dog filters and the vocal similarities between rappers Future and Desiigner. He also gives a shout out to Chris Brown’s “Back to Sleep” where the singer yells is ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran’s name.
“All Eyez” will appear on the Game’s upcoming album 1992, due out later this year. On Friday, he released the soundtrack to the A&E documentary Streets of Compton, which premiered on June 9th. The documentary followed several notable rappers, including MC Eiht and DJ Yella as well as the Game.