While collaborative projects did not always come together in past eras they are easy to finesse in the digital age. One that most did not see coming is Danny Brown and Q-Tip.
The wait is over. Danny Brown’s promise to deliver his new album, Atrocity Exhibition, comes to fruition today – three days ahead of schedule.
Four months ago, Danny Brown’s whereabouts were unknown. Now he’s back and delivering new music at rapid speeds as he gears up to release his long-awaited Atrocity Exhibition album on Sept. 30.
As we reach the midway point of September, Danny Brown’s long-awaited Atrocity Exhibition album is just over the horizon. Today, the Detroit rapper whet appetites with another early offering from the project.
Any doubts that Danny Brown’s hiatus came and went with the announcement of his forthcoming album Atrocity Exhibition. From the project, he releases “Pneumonia,” which hits the Internets today.
“I Love Kanye,” the only song that Kanye West spit acapella on his The Life of Pablo album, is as spot-on in the self-aggrandizing rap department as any song on the project. The only thing missing was a beat, and thanks to the legendary DJ Premier, that changes today.
Out of sight, but far from out of mind, rapper Danny Brown returns with some long-awaited new material with the help of producer Clams Casino.
Eddie Huang, a restauranteur, chef, sneaker connoisseur, and all-around jack of all trades, is the inspiration behind the new ABC sitcom Fresh Off the Boat.
Eminem bands together Big Sean, Royce Da 5’9″, Danny Brown, Trick Trick and Dej Loaf in the official visual for “Detroit Vs. Everybody.”
Noisey created and for weeks have teased “The Rap Monument,” an upcoming 30-minute posse cut featuring 30 rappers from three cities. Today, we receive a preview of what’s to come via contributions from Pusha T, Danny Brown, Nipsey Hussle, Problem, Retch, and Bryant Dope.