ScHoolboy Q appeared on Stephen Colbert’s ‘The Late Show’ just last night, and he delivered a really fresh new version of his track “THat Part,” off his new LP Blank Face, that no one has ever heard before.
The performance was extremely dope, and probably set the week off on the right path now, since it wasn’t getting any really spectacular shows before. Best part? No Crying Jordans were present at the scene.
Q changed up the song just a little with some new fresh verses and an added freshened up the song of the summer contender with “Groovy Tony”-inspired intro. Needless to say, people were hyped for his album to come.
Unfortunately, the audience was not graced by Kanye West’s presence to spit his verse about Chipotle to the Colbert crowd of cynics. So yes, no school bus scene from the music video was not in attendance either.
The Blank Face LP is going to drop next week! Holla! And of course he had a listening party to honor its creation. According to various reports from those at that session in New York, Q was upset because the Miguel collab “Overtime” that he recorded was apparently forcefully added to the album by his label; check out the tweet below:
“It’s a bootleg ass studio song. They made me put it on the album.” – ScHoolboy Q on “Overtime” ft. Miguel and Justine Skye #BlankFaceLP
— IG: MidtownNate (@MidtownNate) June 30, 2016
Q didn’t stop there with the album promo though- oh no. He also revealed a short film titled “By Any Means.” The entirety of the intro to the clip displays smoking blunts before it suddenly morphs into a full-on music video for a new track featuring the King Kunta himself, Kendrick Lamar.
Blank Face LP will be available July 8th. Prepare your devices!