Nicholas Britell tells TV Guide of composing "L to the OG": "The thing I've found throughout the show is that serious stuff feels serious, musically, but the more absurd something gets onscreen, the more serious I play the music. When it came time for this sequence, the assignment, in a way, was a reflection of that same duality. On the one hand, it had to be incredibly cringeworthy — Kendall deciding he was going to perform a rap to his father. But at the same time, it wouldn't work unless it felt like it was actually really well done. It has to feel well-executed for the humor to also be there." ALSO: Succession opening finally gets an Arrested Development mashup.