If we're going to be honest, let's admit the fact that Rocko's single "U.O.E.N.O." is only really famous because Rick Ross hopped on to tell us about how he likes to molly up (or [enter drug of choice]) women and take advantage of them back at his crib while they're unconscious, or near it; it isn't much for good music, but, so, thankfully, as they usually do, Black Hippy decided to snag the instrumental to give it their own lyrical treatment.
It goes without saying that Soulo, Kendrick, Q and Jay Rock post their A-game on the instrumentals, and, in terms of substance, what you've got is an end result of lyrical dominance. The quartet have all cemented their respective styles, and it shows through once again that it's difficult to place any hip-hop crew of today anywhere near their caliber. I don't know what more you could ask from a track--if you do, please share.