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Danny Brown- “Pneumonia” (Official Video)


Danny Brown’s latest album Atrocity Exhibition is absolutely fantastic. His visual game is always on point as well. So it was only right for the Detroit artist to add a video to the lead single “Pneumonia.” The video is just as dark as the song and it’ll straight give you chills. Watch for yourselves below and if you have not checked out Atrocity Exhibition do it now on your favorite streaming service.

Written by Erik Lindberg


New Music and Video from Danny Brown, New Album Coming Soon


Danny Brown drops a new single with an accompanying music video. With finishing touches being put on his upcoming album, this single makes it clear that we’re in for a treat. The goofy, Percocet-fueled Danny Brown is back at it again. Check out “When It Rain” below.

Written by Asa Hatten

A$AP Rocky & Tyler, The Creator announce co-headlining tour with Danny Brown and Vince Staples

largeThis is big news. A$AP Rocky and Tyler, The Creator have announces a co-headlining tour that includes Danny Brown and Vince Staples as opening acts. This is one of the best concert lineups in Hip-hop in a very long time. Be sure to check out the dates below. We will be sure to update once more dates are announced. Tickets go on sale Friday, August 7th. Get ready, this is going to be one wild ass tour!RYoc6xwWritten by E.L.


Here’s the video to Eminem’s “Detroit vs Everybody” ft. Deja Loaf, Big Sean, Trick-Trick, Royce Da 5’9” & Danny Brown



Eminem’s “Detroit vs Everybody” gets the visual treatment today. The black and white visuals feature Em, Danny Brown, Dej Loaf, Trick-Trick, Royce Da 5’9” & Big Sean going in over the production from Statik Selektah. Watch the whole thing below.

Written by Jesse Wiles

Danny Brown is currently writing a children’s book


Danny Brown is writing a children’s book, naturally. He’s writing the book with his 13 year old daughter in mind. “It’s really about self-esteem in black girls,” he explains on Australian radio station triple j during promotions for his tour. “You know how black women do so much – process their hair, change their eye color? It’s really about a little girl who does all these things to herself and changes herself, and she realizes she’s just better off the way she is.”

He says that Dr. Seuss is one of the biggest influences on his writing. “I don’t know how Dr. Seuss did it. I don’t know how he wrote The Grinch and Green Eggs And Ham and One Fish, Two Fish – what was going on in that guy’s brain to be able to write those things?”

You can listen to the complete interview below, he also touches on his album that’s also being worked on at the moment.

Written by Jesse Wiles