Danny Brown put together an all-star lineup for "Really Doe," the lone posse cut on Atrocity Exhibition. The Detroit rapper highlights the bars of Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul, Earl Sweatshirt and himself by dropping a lyric video. Each MC rips this Black Milk production apart, but Brown more than holds his own on the opening verse.

"Rapping with that special flow/Only way you're next to blow if you be strapped with C4/I be fresh from head to toe, every day a fashion show/Used to tote that Calico and serve like John McEnroe/Now I sell out all my shows/Used to sell out all my blow/That was back when we was copping dubs to try and roll up 'fo," Brown raps.

"Really Doe" is a sign of the great time and care that Brown put into his album. The rapper spoke about the lengthy creative process in a interview with Rolling Stone.

"At the end of the day, its just something that I really took my time with," Brown said. "I know this day and age, a lot of artists can't really take time off to make music … they'll get replaced. With me, [I'm] somebody that's able to sit down and be able to take my time, 'cause aint nobody gonna be out here sounding like me, ain't nobody gonna be out here doing what I do. I'm confident in this project to know that I'mma satisfy the people that's already fans of my music. So, if you're a fan of Danny Brown, you in for a treat."

Danny Brown's Atrocity Exhibition is available now. If you have not streamed or purchased the LP, check out XXL's review to find out what you are missing.

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