The Higher Brothers have teamed up with some big-name hip-hop acts for their much-anticipated crossover album.
On Thursday, the Chinese rap group released their 14-track Five Stars project, with assists from Ski Mask the Slump God, Denzel Curry, Soulja Boy, Schoolboy Q, and J.I.D, as well as fellow 88 Rising affiliates Rich Brian, NIKI, and KOHH. The effort serves as the follow-up to the quintet's 2017 debut album Black Cab.
"Just a couple of years ago when we were all living in one room together with nothing at all—and not knowing any English," the group tweeted on 88rising's account Friday, "we couldn't have imagined to come this far. This album represents our dreams."
You can stream Five Stars now on all major streaming platforms.
Fans can also catch the Higher Brothers on their world tour beginning next month. The 27-date trek start March 23 in the group's hometown of Chengdu, and will conclude Sept. 14 in Amsterdam. Check out the full Asia, Europe, and North America tour schedule below. Pre-sale tickets for the shows will be available at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 28. Public sale will go down at 10 a.m. the following day.