Thundercat got us lit in the best way possible when he released his third studio LP Drunk. Since its release on Friday, we've been listening pretty much non-stop and have found it pretty hard to truly name a favorite track. It's going to be even harder now that a new track from the set has surfaced. It seems that Thundercat linked up with wavy rap dude Mac Miller for Drunk's Japanese bonus track "Hi," which has now surfaced online.
Mac, who flipped the script on us with last year's The Divine Feminine (which featured banger "Dang!"), puts his singing cap on to assist Thundercat on the quiet track. He puts his rasp to good use as he contemplates time, life and mortality on the contemplative track. Thundercat, of course, chimes in with his hypnotizing bass skills and falsetto, which, along with jazzy keys, makes the track an interesting meditation on life as we know it. After the vocals subside, the three-minute track rides out on an instrumental coda before stopping as abruptly as it started.
You can vibe out to "Hi" below by pressing play. As well, make sure to purchase your copy of Thundercat's Drunk from your retailer of choice. It's an experience that you definitely don't want to miss.