Catch Danny Brown at House of Vans Chicago on March 12th, 2018 for Goose Island’s 312 Day!
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Danny Brown is going to be at Bay Dreams Pre-Party in Taranga, New Zealand for New Years 2018!
See you there Bruh Bruh!
Danny Brown just gave his pick for album of the year! It’s, ‘A Crow Looked At Me’ by Mount Erie!
In a tweet, the Detroit rapper shared his thoughts on the coveted accomplishment, throwing his support behind Mount Eerie’s A Crow Looked At Me. “A Crow Looked at Me is the best album of 2017,” stated Danny, before concluding with a self-deprecating “lol like my opinion matters lol.” And while he may think little of his own opinion, Mount Eerie (real name Phil Elverum) took Danny’s words to heart, hitting him back with a sincere “Thank You Danny.” He also said that Danny’s “recommendation is literally more valuable (in real money sales) than the New York Times.” It’s a cool exchange between two vastly different artists, and the level of mutual respect is evident.
Danny Brown has a new cover story out by the Detroit Metro Times, just in time for Bruiser Thanksgiving 4!
Here’s an excerpt:
“Even as he’s currently centering his life around new creative challenges, Brown says he stays motivated by the struggles he went through on the way to his eventual success. ‘Back when I was rapping, people didn’t rap that much,’ he says through a cloud of cigarette smoke. ‘You had Chedda Boyz and Street Lord’z, but people didn’t look at rapping as a way out. Hip-hop was in a transition phase, and it was hard to be a rapper coming out of Detroit.'”
Danny’s back with a new verse on “The Appetite” by Michigan producer, Dabrye, off of Dabrye’s upcoming album Three/Three. Premiered by Adult Swim.
Michigan producer Dabrye has worked with a slew of artists, and he’s recruiting a heavy lineup for his latest track, “The Appetite.” The music maker is joined by Danny Brown, Roc Marciano and Quelle Chris on the new record, which comes off of his forthcoming Three/Three album that is due out next year.
Danny Brown is back in the studio working on the follow up to his critically acclaimed 2016 album, “Atrocity Exhibition!” This time around he’s teaming up with a legendary producer to produce the entire album!
“I’m working on my next album right now,” Brown said. “I can’t really talk too much about it. I would just say it’s being produced by one producer, who’s legendary in hip-hop. And it’s gonna be a big deal [laughter].”