Danny Brown Announces New Tour Dates
Earlier today we reported on the title of Danny Brown's new album, and he's followed up that news rather quickly with a tour announcement. The Detroit native hasn't announced a release date yet for Atrocity Exhibition, so it's unclear at the moment if the tour will lead up to the album release or follow it-- we just know that the album is arriving in the fall, and the tour will hit around that time too.
Danny Brown Reveals Title Of Upcoming Album
Danny Brown made his grand return last month with the release of the wild single "When it Rain." Sunday night, he continued to generate anticipation for his upcoming album by revealing its title: Atrocity Exhibition. "Atrocity Exhibition" is also the named of a Joy Division song and a J.G. Ballard novel.
The Best Hip Hop Songs (On Spotify) Of June 2016
ICYMI: HNHH recently launched a Spotify playlist called FIRE EMOJI: The Hottest Hip Hop Songs Right Now. The 40-track playlist is updated on a daily basis. It lives on Spotify and thus is inherently imperfect, because not all supa-hot hip hop songs have been added to Spotify (e.g. those recent ScHoolboy Q releases). Still, the playlist is generally representative of the best new releases in hip hop.
Stream The Avalanches First Album In 16 Years "Wildflower"
Australian production collective The Avalanches' 2000 album Since I Left You was a crowning achievement in the field of plunderphonics. Their first album since, Wildflower, is set to officially release on July 8th. If you live outside of Europe, is now available to stream on Apple Music.
Stream RiFF RAFF's New Album "Peach Panther"
RiFF RAFF made a name for himself with his knack for colorful wordplay and formally announced his presence on the scene with his 2014 debut album Neon Icon. On his sophomore album Peach Panther, Riff dives deeper into the trap abyss by calling on producers like Metro Boomin, DJ Spinz, and the gentleman of 808 Mafia. If you liked "Carlos Slim," you're gonna love Peach Panther.
Top 5 Childish Gambino Collaborations
Childish Gambino isn't someone who often loads his projects with features, but over the course of his career he has made some special bonds with a couple of artists, as well as experimenting with other rappers' sounds on his ROYALTY mixtape. With news that his PHAROS album is on the way in September, we've decided to revisit some of the best work Gambino has done with other artists.
Danny Brown Speaks On Moving To Warp Records & Upcoming Album
Yesterday, after quite the absence, Danny Brown delivered his first bit of music in a minute, "When It Rain." The music came in video form, and undoubtedly builds excitement for his forthcoming album which is due out on Warp Records-- a label change from his last album's release, Old, on Fool's Gold.
Danny Brown Is "Putting The Final Touches On [His] Next Masterpiece"
The summer is heating up. In the past 72 hours, Ab-Soul announced that he submitted his album "tracclist" and Tory Lanez announced the title of his debut album coming this summer. There's more. Friday morning, Danny Brown revealed that he was in the final stages of his long-awaited follow-up to Old.
Steez Day Line-Up Includes Pro Era, ASAP Mob, Danny Brown & More
The other week, Joey Bada$$ revealed that the annual Steez Day, a music festival honoring his late Pro Era member Capital Steez, would be relocating from Brooklyn to L.A. this year. We didn't have the line-up at that time, but with tickets going on sale tomorrow at Noon, Joey has just unveiled the artists this morning.
Danny Brown Documentary To Premiere In New York
Danny Brown's follow-up to OLD feels imminent, but before we get info on that, a documentary on the rapper will arrive for a New York Premiere. Live At The Majestic, which centers around a performance in Danny's hometown of Detroit, will open next Tuesday, May 24th, at House Of Vans.
35 Artists To Follow On Snapchat
Snapchat is bigger than ever, and if you haven't been keeping up with it, you may not know just how many artists have hopped on board and created accounts. Of course, not everyone is as much of a natural as DJ Khaled, but there is a wide selection of musicians now active on Snap, and since they're still not that easily searchable within the app, we've decided to round up a few of the people we've been following.
Riff Raff Shares "Peach Panther" Artwork, Tracklist & Release Date
Riff Raff has laid down all the details regarding his upcoming album, Peach Panther, the follow-up to 2014's Neon Icon. Jody Highroller went on Instagram to share the Peach Panther cover art and tracklisting. He also gave the album a release date of June 24.
Danny Brown Shares Details About His New Album & Creative Process
We’ve been patiently waiting on Danny Brown’s first album since Old took the hip hop world by storm back in 2013. Apparently, it’s been finished for at least a month.
5 Most Outrageous Hip-Hop Concert Moments
Desiigner's "Panda" is currently the No. 2 song in the country. It's a song that took him a year and a half to make, and one that he's proud of. When performing his breakout hit, the 19-year-old can be seen sweating, screaming, dabbing maniacally, and, as of last weekend, puking. Inspired by Desiigner's incredible boot 'n rally (see below), we wanted to round up a list of some particularly shocking moments of on-stage behavior.
10 Photos Of Rappers With Their Pets
Fame and exotic pets go hand-in-hand. Just ask King George I, who ruled England in the early 18th century, who kept a pet human. Rappers are no different. While many rappers like to keep it down-to-earth w dogs, some prefer to ball out and domesticate animals you've never even heard of like endangered saber-toothed manta rays.
10 Essential Joey Fatts Tracks
Joey Fatts is a California rapper who has been gaining recognition in recent years as the West Coast continues to experience its renaissance. He's close with man-of-the-moment Vince Staples, who Fatts has collaborated with multiple times over the years, most recently on "Farrakhan" off the latest project I'll Call You Tomorrow. In addition to Vince, he's worked with the A$AP crew, Action Bronson, Freddie Gibbs, and Danny Brown among others.
Nick Catchdubs Says Danny Brown's Album is Finished
Seems like forever ago that Danny Brown shattered expectations with Old. In this case, forever means about two and a half years. Since then, Danny Brown has been touring the globe, but recently rumors have been percolating about a new album from the late-blooming emcee. FACT Magazine has an update for us from Nick Catchdubs.
Stream Westside Gunn's "FLYGOD" Album
Westside Gunn has emerged as one of New York's most promising up-and-coming emcees. His cinematic soundscapes and eye for street-level detail have earned him comparisons to certain Wu-Tang members, but his imagination is all his own. And that's partly because he doesn't hail from one of the five boroughs, but, instead, from Buffalo, which Gunn paints as a fearsome (and freezing) place. Gunn now resides in Atlanta, and living in the industry hub has helped him make astute observations on the state of the rap game.
Where Is Danny Brown? Tracking His Movements Since "Old"
It's been 28 months since Danny Brown released his last album Old. Like Brown, the album has aged well. But his fans are getting impatient. We've heard about Old Danny Brown. Where is the NEW Danny Brown? In music, it's easier to imitate than innovate. Brown is an innovator by nature of his singular personality -- his vivid imagination, keen humor, punk aesthetic -- and hip hop stands to benefit from Brown dropping new material sooner rather than later. Click through the galleries to see what Danny Brown has been up to the last couple years.
Danny Brown Hints At New Album, Lists Favorite Projects From Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar & Young Thug
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.