South African-raised singer-songwriter Petite Noir is gearing up to release his new mini-album, La Maison Noir/The Black House. In building anticipation surrounding the effort, today he shares "Beach" featuring Danny Brown and Nukubi Nukubi.

"'Beach' is a song about being reborn and how it took for me to fall to rise back up," the musician says. "In life we are constantly reborn. Every stage of our lives, from being a baby to adulthood."

"Beach" follows up on Petite Noir's previous La Maison Noir/The Black House cut, "Blame Fire." The project is due out October 5.

Petite Noir will be celebrating the release of La Maison Noir/The Black House with a special performance at the inaugural No Borders festival in London on November 3. You can purchase tickets here.

Earlier this month Danny Brown starred in alt-J's ’90s video game-inspired aesthetic for “Deadcrush.”

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