Danny Brown Drops Kendrick Lamar, Earl Sweatshirt & Ab Soul Collab 'Really Doe': Listen

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Danny Brown performs at Waterfront Park on July 16, 2016 in Louisville, K.Y.

Ahead of Danny Brown's fourth album Atrocity Exhibition that drops next week, the Detroit emcee has dropped a massive collaboration with Kendrick Lamar, Earl Sweatshirt and Ab-Soul called "Really Doe."

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The track revolves around an eerie melody played on what sounds like a child's xylophone, while Brown and his posse attack the beat, taking tuns on the verses while Lamar lays down the hook: "They say I got the city on fire/ I ain't boomin', that's a goodamn lie/ Woah, really doe like really doe/ Really doe like really doe." 

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Brown recently told NPR (via MTV) how the track came together: "Me and Kendrick always talked about doing stuff, and I had the idea to get K Dot and Earl together... but first I got me and Ab Soul. And then one day when I was mixing the album with Ali, K Dot snuck in and just laced it. I had to be patient and wait on Earl, but it was all worth it you know because hip-hop needs that posse cut. We just wanna make the best possible song ‘cause we know the hype on paper. I know it’s gonna satisfy, my feet is up."

Atrocity Exhibition is out Sept. 30. Listen to "Really Doe" here: