DANNY BROWN – UKNOWHATIMSAYIN¿

Danny Brown is back with new album ‘uknowhatimsayin¿’, three years after the Detroit rapper’s highly acclaimed ‘Atrocity Exhibition‘.  The new project finds Brown retaining his singular style, quirky humour, unflinching honesty and innovative approach, and comes executive-produced by Q-Tip, and with features from Run The Jewels, Blood Orange, Obongjayar, JPEGMAFIA.  Stream below via Spotify.

DANNY BROWN – BEST LIFE

Danny Brown has dropped a new single called ‘Best Life.’  While it’s a shame that he’s referencing such a common phraseological parasite with the title, the new Q-Tip-produced track is every bit as entertaining as the last [namely ‘Dirty Laundry‘.  They’ll both feature on Brown’s forthcoming album, ‘uknowhatimsayin¿’, out October 4 on Warp Records.

DANNY BROWN – DIRTY LAUNDRY

Danny Brown drops new single ‘Dirty Laundry’ alongside details of a new album entitled ‘uknowhatimsayin¿.’  The track comprises a lilting beat courtesy of Q-Tip, over which Brown inhabits a kind of low-life character, who recounts tales of drug abuse and strip shows. ‘Dirty Laundry’ comes complete with a highly entertaining, Simon Cahn-directed visual that’s definitely…

DANNY BROWN – AIN’T IT FUNNY [VIDEO]

Danny Brown shares a new visual from Province’ third highest rated album of 2016, ‘Atrocity Exhibition‘.  The video for ‘Ain’t It Funny’ is as hilarious as it is unsettling; raising issues around mental health in the context of an eighties sitcom.  Directed by Jonah Hill places Brown alongside writer/director Gus Van Sant, Growing Pains’ Joanna…

TOP TEN ALBUMS OF 2016

2016 really has fucked us over, but let’s not dwell on the political catastrophes, acts of terrorism and the deaths of countless global icons that will forever categorise what truly has been a disaster of a year.  Musically, it’s been a different story.  At a time when the rise of the playlist threatened its demise the…

DANNY BROWN – ATROCITY EXHIBITION

Danny Brown says of new album ‘Atrocity Exhibition’ that it’s the album he’s always been trying to make. Now that it’s out – we’re so glad he finally has.  Named after a Joy Division track on which Ian Curtis brands Fame a freak show, the album is every bit as dark and bitter.  Brown’s unhinged…