On "Morgan Freeman," SAVEMONEY's Joey Purp moves between two modes of rapping. First he is abrupt and forceful, slamming sylllable after syllable into the beat. Then he switches into a style that is fluid but hoarse, spewing out words in incredulous strings. Ikaz provides a simple beat that morphs slowly to match Purp's increased intensity.
According to the rapper, the chorus of "Morgan Freeman" came first. "We were just turnt up in the studio and I wanted to make something fun," he tells FADER via email. "I initially wrote the hook then added everything else. It just fit the vibe of where I was at the moment. I'm all about capturing moments and vibes. Like DJ Khaled."