The Canadian pop star's first single since last year's "Cut to the Feeling" is another vibrant, synth-inflected gem.
It's the second single from 'Wanderer,' Chan Marshall's first new album in six years.
The grime MC teams up with the afrobeats star for a surprisingly laid-back new single.
On the track, released Friday night, Kanye spouts gibberish, seemingly trolling Ebro Darden.
He linked up with Quavo and Gucci Mane on "Pineapple," joined Lil Durk and PARTYNEXTDOOR for "Breather," then topped both of those alongside French Montana on Tinashe's "Me So Bad."
"Higher Ground" is the fifth single released by the pair of Pacific Northwest producers this year.
"Tin" is the latest single to be released off the Canadian producer's forthcoming 27-track session, entirely comprised of his own material.
"Smoking" is off an upcoming three-track EP out next month.
'Ruinism' will be released on June 30, and the lead single "Rotted Arp" is out now.
"Line Of Sight" is out now, and the group says the next track will be released "in a few hours."
The producer also shared the spry lead single "Weight," which almost has the quality of devotional music.
"We Go Home Together" is out now on Warp, marking the London group's first new material since 2013.