Iman Shumpert just dropped a brand new track called “290 West”, in which he raps on the difficulties of being young, wealthy and famous.

Here’s how Shump describes it:

The point of the song was to make the listener feel like they’re riding with me back home in Chicago as we head out West to my mother’s house. This song is the conversation I would have with my audience in the sense that I’m venting to them about my everyday and ongoing battle of being a bread winner back home.