Likelihood the Rapper and Joey Bada$$ introduced their introspective tune “The Highs and the Lows” to The Tonight Show cowl Monday, delivering an inventive performance of the collaborative single, total with superimposed lyrics and onstage lo-fi pictures filmed on a handheld camera.

The rappers debuted the song — which deals with the stresses of domesticity and navigating complex emotions — at Art Basel in Switzerland final month, accompanied by a transient movie produced in France and Italy produced by Yannis Davy Guibinga. It marked the second time the two have joined forces, following Joey Bada$$’s 2013 tune “Wendy N Becky.”

The Chicago native also sat down with Tonight Show cowl host Jimmy Fallon to chat about the 10-yr anniversary of his 10 Day mixtape, which marked his mainstream leap forward, as well as he and Mensa’s diaspora-inspired Dark Principal person Line Competition, which is ready to be held next January in Accra, Ghana.

“The Highs and the Lows” follows “Miniature one of God,” created in tandem with Gabonese artist and painter Naïla Opiangah and Moses Sumney, and “A Bar About A Bar,” an interdisciplinary art section with fellow rapper Vic Mensa and Chicago-primarily based mostly painter Nikko Washington. Likelihood might per chance well be reportedly working on a new challenge, titled Principal person Line Gallery, due out later this yr.

“When Vic and I started our careers and started touring, we did exhibits far and wide the U.S.,” Likelihood said of the festival in an announcement. “At final we started touring in Europe, we did exhibits in Asia, South The US, Central The US, but we never had of mission to play our tune for the these that toughen us the most. After we got right here right here and touched down and felt the fancy that we got and the fans that we got to connect with, the understanding for the want for the connection grew to change into obvious to us. We desire a tune festival bringing fundamental artists to Ghana. Here’s what we’re working to make.”