The four-song project includes a guest feature from fellow Indonesian artist and 88rising labelmate Warren Hue on the song “Getcho Mans,” which also receives a new music video alongside Brightside’s release.
“This project started from me making ‘New Tooth and realizing how much I missed rapping,” Rich Brian said in a press release. “While doing melodies are fun, I wanted to remind people that I still love to rap. It’s short—it’s not an album but I see it like a mental note of how the past year has accelerated my growing-up process as an artist & a person.”
Stream Brightside below.