Montreal producer Lunice is set to release his highly-anticipated debut album CCCLX this Friday, September 8. Although he’s known for producing hip-hop for G.O.O.D. Music and Maybach Music, Lunice returns to his dancefloor roots on the instantly-infectious “Drop Down” featuring New York rapper Le1f and PC Music’s SOPHIE, which you can stream below.

CCCLX has been described as “a stoner-opera that blends brand new rap production, film scores and modern club music.” In anticipation of his album, Lunice was a guest on this week’s BBC Radio 1 show “Diplo and Friends,” where he shared a mix featuring Drake, Cardi B, Vince Staples, his own solo tracks and his collaborations with Hudson Mohawke as TNGHT. Listen back to it right here.

“Drop Down” follows the previously-released “Distrust” featuring Denzel Curry, J.K. the Reaper, and Nell, as well as “Maserati,” which you can revisit below.

Check out the rest of the fall albums we’re most looking forward to right here.

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