Throwback Times present this impressive studio project by the late Tupac Shakur, also known as 2Pac. Furthermore, the song was released posthumously on October 28th, 1999, as part of his album "Still I Rise." The song was originally recorded in 1996, two years before Tupac's death, but had several reworks after his passing. However, song was written by 2pac Shakur, features guest vocals from the Outlawz, and production by Soulshock & Karlin. 

Tupac Shakur contributed immensely in the music industry and was noted to be among the most respected and successful rappers in history. Moreover, this lyrics focus on the struggles of poverty and the importance of perseverance. The song also pays homage to Tupac's earlier song "Keep Ya Head Up," which was released in 1993 on his album "Strictly 4 My N****.Z."