Danny Brown's "Ain't It Funny," a cut from his album Atrocity Exhibition, is being used in a trailer for the upcoming Dragon Ball Super TV show.

Dragon Ball Super is the sequel to the widely popular Dragon Ball Z animé series. The new off-spin premieres on Adult Swim's Toonami this Saturday (Dec. 31) at 11:30 p.m. EST.

It makes sense that Dragon Ball Super would use a Danny Brown record for its teaser because the Detroit MC has shown love for Dragon Ball Z in the past. In September, a Twitter follower asked him which animé character he would be and Brown replied, "Lord Beerus from Dragonball Z."

You can check out the trailer above and scroll down to view Brown's tweet.

In other Danny Brown-related news, the 35-year-old artist recently cracked XXL's 50 Best Hip-Hop Projects of 2016. Prior to that, he dropped his Atrocity Exhibition Tour merchandise, which features some fresh hoodies, jackets and t-shirts. And, before that, in early November, Brown released a lyric video for the Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul and Earl Sweatshirt-assisted "Really Doe."

“Rapping with that special flow/Only way you’re next to blow if you be strapped with C4/I be fresh from head to toe, every day a fashion show/Used to tote that Calico and serve like John McEnroe/Now I sell out all my shows/Used to sell out all my blow/That was back when we was copping dubs to try and roll up ‘fo,” Brown raps.

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