In case you were wondering if G-Eazy and Rick Ross are serious when they say things, "I Mean It" is their declaration that yes, they are in fact serious. The hook on this track reminds listeners constantly that whatever these two and guest vocalist, Big Remo say, "just know I mean it." Whether G and Ricky are declaring their inability to feel fear, their indiscretions with O.P.P. or their propensity for collecting dollars, people better understand that they mean it. These two provide an interesting combination, as G-Eazy adds his obviously white-boy voice to Rick Ross's signature flow. In contrast to Rick's gangsta, deep-voiced rhymes about rolling through Paris in a drop-top, G-Eazy's high-pitched enunciated raps seem even more noticeable and off-key, which for some may add to his charm. What's undeniable, though, is that the production for this track lends a beat that's hard not to vibe.