Album: Atrocity Exhibition (2016)
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  • Danny Brown raps here about sex with groupies and partying like a rockstar over Evian Christ's eerie production. ScHoolboy Q throws in some ad-libs, including his signature, "Yak, Yak." Speaking with Beats 1's Zane Lowe, Brown recalled:

    "I got the beat, and it sounded crazy to me. It just was like, it's very obnoxious. That's what I took it in, so [I said] 'What else can I do to make it more obnoxious.' I hollered at my boy Schoolboy Q and made him do adlibs for me."


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