This song makes Rachel Zarate feel less afraid of being alone.
Sara Johnson's parents named her after this song.
Twelve-year-old Kayla Brown and Kreayshawn, the artist of this song, are both from Oakland, California. Brown likes the way that Kreayshawn represents her experience growing up in the city.
Jasmine Vasquez' brother first played this song for her. She thinks it's a powerful song because the singer is confronting the idea of death.
This song reminds Jose Macero of the good times he had with his grandfather in Mexico.