Albums come, albums go, but some are unjustifiably slept on. Danny Brown’s critically acclaimed 2013 release Old certainly fits that bill, but the MC provides a reminder today by releasing a visual for “25 Bucks,” featuring Purity Ring.
We know that we had a story go up earlier that said Kentucky Fried Chicken fixed Danny Brown’s grill, and if you believed that ridiculous farce we do apologize. With the help of Google and social media snooping, anyone with good sense would have known it was all one big joke.
Danny Brown and his infamous toothless grin played well with his hard-partying image and dexterous rhyme flows. Fans of that look, however, will have to roll with a new version of the grin after Kentucky Fried Chicken helped pay for the Detroit rapper’s dental reconstructive surgery.
Danny Brown just released his third album, Old, last week, and has been hitting the show circuit in support. However, a couple of spot dates with electronic musician Pretty Lights didn’t go well and sparked an ugly Twitter spat between the two artists over the weekend.
With Old officially in stores, Danny Brown celebrates its release by debuting a visual for “Dope Song.” In it, the Fool’s Gold rapper gets trippy with friends in his old neighborhood in Detroit.
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.
Danny Brown has carved out a nice little career for himself over the years, but many have criticized how he’s changed since The Hybrid. Fret not angry fans; the Detroit rapper takes it back on his new LP Old, which is currently being streamed via Spotify.
There was a push and pull process between Danny Brown and his label Fool’s Gold as he prepped his highly anticipated album, Old, but it’s finally ready to hit the streets. With only a week to go until it releases, the prolific reveals the track list.
If you’ve had the pleasure of attending a recent Danny Brown show, chances are that you’ve heard his uptempo heater “Dip.” With his long awaited album, Old, only weeks away from releasing, the former XXL Freshman delivers a visual for the cut.
Not sure about you, but Danny Brown‘s upcoming album Old is highly sought after around these parts. And this was before the Detroit wordsmith decided to release the intro, “Side A (Old).”
September promises a list of noteworthy album releases. One is set to come from Danny Brown, who will finally debut the follow up to 2011’s critically claimed XXX titled Old.
Danny Brown is quietly making his competition look like lesser MCs one track at a time. Today, he drops some lyrical gems in the visual for “ODB,” which is as drug-influenced as his music.
Danny Brown found himself in the hot seat while visiting Shade 45’s Sway In The Morning crew. Because any rapper with a project on the way should have spare bars on hand, host Sway Calloway thought it appropriate to ask the Fool’s Gold MC to spit a quick 16.
Last night, Danny Brown tweeted a link to a new track called “Hand Stand.” We imagine that the song’s title shouldn’t make it t0o difficult for listeners to guess what he’s rapping about.
Danny Brown‘s name has been circulating the blogosphere today for a variety of reasons. For one, the toothless rapper has hashed out his short-lived “beef” with fellow Detroit rhymer Big Sean.
Separately, Danny Brown and Action Bronson are two of Hip-Hop’s most entertaining figures. One can only imagine the hi-jinks the two would get into if they united as one. Fortunately, we’ll get to see that scenario come to fruition this fall when the pair head out on “2 High 2 Die” tour September 8.
Wild, prolific, and unpredictable are all fitting terms for snaggle-toothed MC Danny Brown. And this was before a recent encounter with a fan at a Minnesota show. With a highly anticipated album, titled Old, in the works, the Detroit rapper sat with Clash to discuss the project’s title, misinterpretations of the meaning behind 2011’s XXX, and more
Paula Deen is copping pleas. Yesterday (June 20), news broke that that celebrity chef admitted to using the N-word during a deposition in a s-xual harassment case. Now in a statement, Deen is saying she used the word in her past because of her southern upbringing.
The full version of Danny Brown‘s “Kush Coma” featuring his brother in rhymes A$AP Rocky added to the mix is finally here.
Danny Brown has dropped an influx of tracks in recent weeks, so much so that it’s difficult to say which ones will appear on his forthcoming LP Old. During a recent show at Chicago’s Bottom Lounge, the snaggletoothed lyricist premiered another titled “Dip,” a spastic jam that references The Throne’s “H.A.M” quotable “Don’t let me […]
Sign Up For The Hip-Hop Wired Newsletter