With just a little over a week until Atrocity Exhibition drops, Danny Brown has been blessing fans with plenty of sneak peeks. Not only has he released several of the album’s tracks—including “Pneumonia” and  “Rolling Stone” featuring Petite Noir—the eccentric rapper has also unveiled the entire tracklist. But there was one song in particular that generated most of the buzz; it was the “Really Doe” cut featuring Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul, and Earl Sweatshirt.

On Sunday afternoon, Danny shared a clip of the bell-heavy track on Instagram, leaving many fans hungry for more. But they were happy to find out that they didn’t have to wait until Sept. 30 to hear the full track. Just hours after Danny shared the snippet, Hot 97’s Peter Rosenberg dropped the world premiere of “Really Doe.”

In a clip of an interview with Zane Lowe on Beats 1, Danny revealed how the whole thing came together. "Really, I didn't do it. Kendrick did it," he said. "The song was in the studio and it was just an unfinished song and you know, I was just trying to figure out what I was going to do with it. He went to the studio and heard it and just took it. Then he came back and he had a hook on it, a bridge...and then I reached out to Earl and Ab. We threw their verses on it. So, it's really his song."

This isn’t the first time Danny has joined forces with these rappers. He was previously featured on A$AP Rocky’s “1Train” track with Lamar, and also made an appearance on Ab-Soul’s “Terrorist Threats” with Jhené Aiko, as well as Ab-Soul’s “Ride Slow” with Earl Sweatshirt.

Listen to "Really Doe" below.