Bryson Tiller's two hits explore similar themes. On "Don't," currently at No. 11 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop chart, he imagines losing his partner to someone who treats her better. In "Exchange," which just reached No. 22, he tries to win a girl back: I had to change my player ways, got way too complicated for me/ I hope she's waiting for me.
"Self Righteous" fits in next to these—a frustrated plea over a beat from Ayo, Keyz, and ENT. You gave me a task, he reminds his ex. Go clean up your act/ Done that, where you at? Later he adds, I know I sound a little self righteous/ But there ain't nothin' else like it. Listen below.