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ScHoolboy Q & Kid Cudi Float Over Guitars On "Dangerous"

Mitch Findlay
April 25, 2019 10:56
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Dangerous

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ScHoolboy Q connects with a visitor from the moon.


ScHoolboy Q's CrasH Talk, the product of a two-year writing session, has finally reached its completion date. With the project set to arrive tomorrow, a new selection has surfaced in select international markets, who are currently in the process of enjoying their Friday morning. On "Dangerous," Groovy Q lights a signal from Earth to the Moon, summoning the eternal laid-back presence of Kid Cudi for the assist. That in itself is somewhat of a rare accomplishment, as Moonman Cudi tends to be reclusive where guest appearances are concerned. In any case, the pair connected for a slow-burning bout of introspection, courtesy of DJ Dahi's trippy production.

During the track's main verse, Q reflects on the dangers of substance abuse and frequent inebriation, a concept he's previously explored on songs like "Prescription/Oxymoron." This time around, Q is blessed with a newfound sense of clarity, providing listeners with an observer's perspective. "Shadow my morning, I ain't dreaming it right," he raps. "Ain't no way the flowers bloom in the night, family tried to warn me, couldn't keep me awake." With some Cudi "hums" thrown in for added ambiance, "Dangerous" is likely to emerge as a fan favorite. Be sure to check this one out, and sound off below. 

Quotable Lyrics

Greet me by my hand 'till you teach me to float
Head is in the cloud, but my stomach below
Somethin' about this feeling, I felt it before
Took this pill and it swallowed me whole
Pinch me on my arm, is it heaven or fun
If I don't come back, had a hell of a run

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