Danny Brown continues to embrace his one of a kind persona in his black and white music video for “Lost.” The Detroit bred emcee takes us back to his Atrocity Exhibition album with a visual accompaniment that feels like a short horror film from a different era. Watch the Matilda Finn-directed video for “Lost” below.
Danny Brown has never been afraid to push the pace, and he’s as aggressive and emphatic as ever on “Kool Aid.” The Detroit icon’s latest drop is set to be featured on the fourth season of HBO’s successful show, Silicon Valley. The show’s official soundtrack will release on June 23 via Mass Appeal Records. Stream . . .
I think we’re all past the point of expecting a “normal” release from Danny Brown. Whatever that means. The Detroit emcee delivers a creepy video for the Evian Christ-produced “Pneumonia” that features him chained up in a creepy nighttime setting. Watch the video for “Pneumonia” below, and be sure to purchase Danny’s Atrocity Exhibition project . . .
One of the most colorfully titled rap albums of the year, Danny Brown’s Atrocity Exhibition, is officially available a bit earlier than expected. The project includes guest features from Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul and Earl Sweatshirt, among others. Stream Atrocity Exhibition below and purchase via iTunes.
“Tell Me What I Don’t Know” serves as the second taste of Danny Brown‘s upcoming Atrocity Exhibiton album, which will drop in the near future. Danny gave Zane Lowe the green light to drop the audio, which you can hear below. Pre-order the album over on iTunes. Hear the funky “Tell Me What I Don’t . . .
Danny Brown broke out some heavy hitters for “Really Doe” – namely, Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul, and Earl Sweatshirt. The song, which premiered late last night on Peter Rosenberg’s HOT 97 radio show last night, is the fourth release from Danny’s forthcoming Atrocity Exhibition project. Look for the project to release on September 30th. Stream “Really Doe” . . .
At their best, Danny Brown and ScHoolboy Q have two of the most charismatic personas in the game. On “Pneumonia,” they build off of each other’s energy to deliver a song for the moment. Look for Danny’s Atrocity Exhibition album to release via Warp Records on September 30th. The album includes features from Kendrick Lamar, . . .
I’ll get one thing out of the way first. “Frankie Sinatra” is a weird song. It lurches, leans, warbles, and chugs along like a drunken marching band. This chaos is all orchestrated by The Avalanches, an Australian electronic band that is releasing an album this year for the first time since 2000. They seem to . . .
West Michigan creative Míguel Míchání drops another mash-up, this time mixing acapellas from Danny Brown‘s “Lie4” with the mellow instrumentation of Pail’s remix of Swindail’s “Gellaitry Groove.” Miguel has a mini EP called The XXX Blends in the works, featuring a bunch of flipped Danny Brown tracks, remixed with instrumentals by some of Miguel’s favorite . . .
Danny Brown is one of the strongest personalities in hip-hop, and he’s back in full force with “Worth It,” a new track that comes to us courtesy of Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim series. Featuring menacing production courtesy of the one and only Clams Casino, “Worth It” is full of the high energy that we’ve come . . .
This looks to be a great match-up, on paper. Well, it is. Dynamic Chicagoan Kembe X connects with the one and only Danny Brown for “Hereditary,” a hard-hitting record produced by Opi Taylor. Look for Kembe’s Talk Back project to release in the near future. Stream “Hereditary” below.
Shady Records lines up a host of Detroit heavy hitters for “Detroit Vs Everybody,” a lyrically intensive cut set to be featured on Eminem‘s Shady XV. Catch Eminem alongside
Danny Brown‘s “Lie4” receives a jazzy rework courtesy of Virginia producer LAKIM. The original version of “Lie4” features moody bass and a dramatic string sample. LAKIM’s remix is much smoother, but make no mistake about it- there’s still plenty of bass to make your speakers knock. Stream the “LIE4” remix below, and catch the original . . .
New York-based electronic duo Phantogram revisits their Voices album with an excellent remix of “Black Out Days,” featuring Danny Brown and Leo Justi. Danny proves his flexbility once more, with a dynamic guest verse that fits well with Justi’s amped up instrumentation. The final result? A chaotic, careening listen that is just as enjoyable as . . .
In his new video for “Smokin & Drinkin,” Danny Brown throws a house party like only he can, filled with trippy lighting and enthusiastic partygoers. The Detroit native’s A Trak-produced record was originally featured on Old, which can be purchased via iTunes. Watch the video for “Smokin & Drinkin” below.