R&B crooner Brent Faiyaz applies more pressure in his latest project, Larger Than Life.

The 36-minute album, released independently through Faiyaz’s label ISO Supremacy and distributed through UnitedMasters, includes features from Missy Elliott, Coco Jones, A$AP Rocky, Babyface Ray and more. 

On Thursday, the “Wasting Time” singer released the official trailer for Larger Than Life.

Known as “the toxic king of R&B,” Faiyaz shared his thoughts in a recent Rolling Stone interview.

“I think it’s all about what you’re used to. To some people, I might say some brutal, outrageous s**t,” Faiyaz told the outlet. “But to motherf**kers who hear outrageous s**t, I’m not really saying nothing that crazy. I grew up on Max B and Dipset. People who haven’t been exposed to certain environments will see s**t for the first time and it’s outrageous to them.”

Faiyaz also expressed astonishment folks were surprised he sang at his shows as he continues his F**k the World, It’s a Wasteland Tour.

“I was surprised that they were surprised,” he told Rolling Stone. “I’m like, ‘I came here to do a show. What the f**k y’all thought I was finna do?'”

Earlier this year, the 27-year-old inked an “unprecedented partnership” with UnitedMasters, an American music distributor fully dedicated to autonomy for musicians and founded by music executive Steve Stoute. A source told Billboard the deal is close to $50 million. 

Larger Than Life comes 15 months after Faiyaz dropped his second studio album, Wasteland, which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart, his first Top 10 record, and is available on all streaming platforms.