The rapper also gives an update on his upcoming follow-up to "OLD".
Danny Brown has been quiet for a minute, but it seems he may have something big planned for 2016. The rapper, whose last project was 2013's two-faced opus, OLD, granted fans a Q&A on Twitter, answering questions both as an artist and a fan.
The rapper hinted at a new album, which he seemed to be preparing to promote sometime soon. He also confirmed that the structure of the project would be much different from the two very distinct sides of OLD, promising the album is "all fucked up" in terms of sequencing.
Danny also answered some questions about his favorite albums from a few different artists, reporting that his go-to Ye albums are Late Registration and Yeezus, while he prefers Section.80 to Kendrick Lamar's other work. As for Young Thug, who Brown has been praising for a while now, he picked early fan favorite I Came From Nothing 2 as the rapper's best.
Always having his ear to other genres, Danny named Sufjan Stevens' tribute to his parents, Carrie & Lowell and Natalie Prass' self-titled album as his top picks for 2015, going on to praise Sufjan's very personal songwriting.
Elsewhere he credits Sauce Twinz with his favorite rap of the year, praises Macklemore's "White Privilege II," and says he "laughed real hard" at Kid Cudi's last album.
He closes things off by answering a fan's question about his Twitter activity, wondering if the Q&A meant the album was on its way. The rapper replied, "Nah I was just bored on the plane". We're still holding out hope.
Check out Danny's tweets below. Do you agree with his picks?