The 11-track follow-up to 2016's Atrocity Exhibition notably features production by Q-Tip on select tracks, including the latest to get the music video treatment—the mid-tracklist standout "Best Life."
Augustin Vita directed the new video for the track. Catch it up top, then catch Danny on the road in support of the album, with his North American tour hitting the Theater of Living Arts in Philadelphia Monday night.
In addition to handling production duties on a trio of uknowhatimsayin¿ songs, Q-Tip also served as executive producer on the project. In an interview with Pigeons & Planes last month, Danny Brown recalled how Q-Tip's no-rushing mentality informed the sessions.
"I let the music make itself because I've seen people jump the gun," he said. "Plus, I feel like if I'm not creating, I'm discovering. You gotta live life a little bit instead of constantly trying to be a rapper, you know what I'm sayin'?"
As for the themes and general subject matter covered on his latest songs, Danny said he was aiming to not be "a Debbie Downer" this go-around.
"I'm at a different point in my life," he said. "People talkin about 'I like the old Danny with the broken tooth.' Like, what the fuck is wrong with you, man? . . . Only a weirdo would think like that."
Danny Brown also stopped by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon this week to perform "Best Life," which you can watch below.