Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul, Earl Sweatshirt & Danny Brown Get Real On A Black Milk Beat (Audio)
More than three years ago, A$AP Rocky called the “1Train” to the platform. The moment unified many of the most exciting new artists of the 2010s, on one track, out to do lyrical damage. Taking some of that same crop of talent, Danny Brown—who appeared on the cut, does it his way.
“Really Doe” keeps Brown and Kendrick Lamar in tact, but adds Ab-Soul and Earl Sweatshirt. Notably, all three vocal guests are from the Southern California scene, reppin’ TDE/Black Hippy and Odd Future/Tan Cressida. For the beat to the Atrocity Exhibition inclusion, Danny looks to his Black & Brown partner Black Milk. This is 2016 Caltroit Hip-Hop that grabs, with a busy beat, and waxes bars that are about showing unique styles alongside other respected peers.
While it might not seem like a typical radio-friendly record, Peter Rosenberg debuted “Really Doe” on HOT 97. This is the radio rip to the September 30 Warp Records release. Cypress Hill/Prophets Of Rage’s B-Real also appears on the LP.