Danny Brown Thinks Hip-Hop Cosigns For Miley Cyrus Are All About Money
Detroit rhyme slinger Danny Brown gives some of the most candid interviews in the game. The outspoken rapper turned heads once again, after saying that folks supporting the buzzing career of Miley Cyrus as a rapper and booty-deficient twerker are only in it for the money.
Brown covered a lot of ground in a sit-down with Rolling Stone, including the release of his latest album Old, which comes out next Tuesday. The forward-thinking artist also clarified earlier statements about Big Sean, discussed their shared hometown of Detroit and other matters.
What stood out most of all, however, was Brown checking Miley Cyrus' transformation and her curious Hip-Hop cosigns from Mike Will Made It, Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa – who all featured with her on Will's “23” track.
From Rolling Stone:
I think she just trying to be cool. Personally, the reason that I don't like it is there's a lot of little girls that saw and looked up to Miley Cyrus as a little kid.
I think anybody doing that just trying to eat. Ain't no n***a worried about their own music worried about her. Kendrick Lamar is not trying to do no song with Miley Cyrus. It's just like this, man. It's like the little white girl in the hood that might get you a plug on some pills or some sh-t.
Brown breaks down his sleeping patterns, what inspires him to keep going, and more.
Old drops on October 8.