A couple months after releasing his latest studio album CrasH Talk, ScHoolboy Q is serving up another new music video in support of the project. Specifically, the TDE rapper is following up the previous visual for his 21 Savage collaboration “Floating” by unveiling a clip for the Kid Cudi-assisted “Dangerous.” Notably, today’s video for “Dangerous” was put together by director Alexandre Moors.
“The first album I finished, I was rapping about moms. It was just silly-ass shit. Corny, super-concept–y, trying to cater to somebody, trying to get good ratings. I can easily get a nine out of ten album by just rapping shit that you’re just going to hear one time. I’m not here for that no more,” ScHoolboy Q recently explained to Vulture, sharing some insight into his latest album’s back-story. “I’m here to make dope-ass shit over and over again with balance in it. I have to scrap all that super-40-year-old rapping-ass shit. I’m not with that. I’m gonna keep balance.”
“I always come fresh. My voice is always gonna sound different. My appearance is gonna always look different. My beats are gonna sound different. I’m gonna always have that element in me because I’m me. You’re going to always hear certain shit from me,” Q adds in a following quote, breaking down the creative process that birthed CrasH Talk. “That’s another reason that I take so long with albums, why everybody in TDE takes so long with albums. We try to make an album that’s completely different from the last album. That’s my whole thing. Whether you fucked with Blank Face or you didn’t, I switched it up. Whether you fucked with Oxy or you didn’t, I switched it up. I’m coming fresh again with Crash Talk. They’re gonna fuck with this regardless. I already know it’s about to go crazy. Then I’m gonna come with something next year, maybe.”
You can take a look at ScHoolboy Q and Kid Cudi’s new music video for “Dangerous” above.
Last month, Kid Cudi revealed plans to drop new music in 2020.