Eminem Feat. Royce Da 5'9", Big Sean, Danny Brown, Dej Loaf & Trick Trick "Detroit Vs. Everybody" Video
Eminem Feat. Royce Da 5'9", Big Sean, Danny Brown, DeJ Loaf & Trick-Trick
Eminem's Shady XV compilation was greeted with mixed reactions, but one record that everyone pretty much agreed on was "Detroit Vs. Everybody", a crew track which brought multiple generations of great Michigan talent together.
Danny Brown "Grown Up" Video
Danny Brown lets go visuals for "Grown Up". Danny Brown's movement grows stronger with each new release, and Danny Brown "Grown Up" Video has further strengthened that fact. It's a solid addition to the commendable body of work Danny Brown has been creating since stepping foot in the rap game, and we're definitely looking forward to what Danny Brown has on deck. What do y'all think of this video?
Danny Brown Talks On Quitting Lean With Tim Westwood
In another recent interview, Danny Brown commented about how he's slowing down on his drug usage as he gets older. Now, in another conversation with Tim Westwood, Danny Brown expands on why he quit syrup. The Detroit gap-toothed MC speaks about how lean can give you a "Gucci Mane belly" because of all the Sprite you've got to mix with the syrup.
Danny Brown Feat. Purity Ring "25 Bucks" Video
Danny Brown Feat. Purity Ring
After hitting us with the alternate version of his record “Contra” two weeks ago, Danny Brown returns today with a new visual for his Purity Ring-featured track “25 Bucks”, which saw life on his latest album Old. The Detroit rapper shoots the visual inside a struggling household, where he captures the essence of real life problems, money. Check out this dope visual above, and let us know what ya think!
Watch The Entire Yams Day Show
Last night marked the inaugural Yams Day concert/party/memorial in New York City, and it was lit (more on that later). If you weren’t able to attend the show and missed the live stream last night, your in luck. Yahoo and Live Nation have blessed us with an archived recording of the show.
Watch The Full "Rap Monument" Feat. Pusha T, Nipsey Hussle, Danny Brown & Many More
Noisey has been rolling out various verses that make up the enormous 42-minute record that is the "Rap Monument" the past few weeks now. Today they're finally ready to let us see and hear the full video. With studio sessions set up in New York, L.A. and Atlanta, they paired up Pusha T, Nipsey Hussle, Raekwon, Problem, Danny Brown, Flatbush Zombies, Rockie Fresh and so many more, over production from Hudson Mohawke, ick Hook and S-Type. It's a lot to digest, but hit play above. We've included the full list of rappers featured below.
Danny Brown Talks Jail, Making Nicki Minaj Cry In Red Bull Lecture
Danny Brown's one of the game's most underrated lyricists, and when he sat down for a lecture at Red Bull Music Academy in Glasgow, Scotland, we learned that one of his verses once made the current queen of rap cry. Here's the transcript of the story, thanks to XXL:
Danny Brown Performs "25 Bucks" On Jimmy Kimmel
Danny Brown made his late night show debut last night on Jimmy Kimmel, where he performed one of the stand-outs from "Old", "25 Bucks" with Megan Jones of Purity Ring. Get a load of Danny Brown Performs "25 Bucks" On Jimmy Kimmel, a new visual from Danny Brown that saw the light of day on Thursday, January 23rd, 2014. Danny Brown's movement grows stronger with each new release, and Danny Brown Performs "25 Bucks" On Jimmy Kimmel has further strengthened that fact.
Danny Brown "Smokin & Drinkin" Video
Danny Brown has been popping up mainly as a featured artist these days, but we're sure he's got something in the works when it comes to his personal music. The Detroit native takes things back to his Old album, with the release of an official music video for the getting-fucked-up anthem "Smokin & Drinkin." Where else would such a music video be filmed if not at a turnt-up and dimly-lit house party with black lights?
Danny Brown Talks Cartoons, Eminem & Losing His Virginity
In this new interview with Montreality, Danny Brown opens up about the type of student he was at school, jobs he had as a teenager growing up, his first big paycheck, whether or not he enjoys reading books, what he thinks he were in a previous lifetime, his favorite cartoon character, his favorite videogame, his first crush, losing his virginity, being managed by Paul Rosenberg, his favorite Eminem song and album, not being able to drive a car, his last meal of choice and more.
Danny Brown Talks Slowing Down On Drug Usage
Danny Brown was out in the UK in February and played Rough Trade East, following the show, Noisey's London counterparts met up with Danny and spoke to the rapper about his drug usage and slowing down on that tip. He talks about growing up and turning 33 years old. "I’m not trying to be ratchet no more. It’s time to grow up," Danny says during the interview. Danny also talks about the Miley Cyrus phenomena, having crushes, emojis and more.
Riff Raff & Danny Brown "Wetter Than Tsunami" Video
Riff Raff & Danny Brown
Continuing his recent visual assault, Riff Raff returns to the site today with another new video for his Danny Brown-featured cut “Wetter Than Tsunami.” And yes, it’s just as wacky as you’d expect.
Danny Brown On The Breakfast Club
Danny Brown has been speaking a lot lately on his decision to quit lean, and once more the topic is brought up during his recent appearance on Power 10.5.1's The Breakfast Club. He cites his recent weight loss (speaking of weight loss) as a benefit of quitting syrup, and says he's able to do better work because of it.
Danny Brown Pelted With Glass Of Water, Ends Show Early
Concert attendees: don't throw shit onstage. You should know that by now. Not only is it rude and potentially dangerous to the performer, but it can also ruin everyone else's time if your missile of choice is destructive enough to warrant the show ending early. Last night, some idiot threw a glass (not a bottle) of water at Danny Brown while he was performing in Glasgow, and after it hit him in the chest, he exited the stage without a word, never returning to complete the show.
Danny Brown "ODB" Video
Danny Brown will be releasing "OLD" on September 30th, and continues the promo by dropping a crazy visual for "ODB" off the album. Produced by Paul White.Can you appreciate the bars here? Peep the new visual for Danny Brown's Danny Brown Talks "OLD" Album Video.
Danny Brown Brings Out A$AP Rocky At Wembley Stadium In London
Danny Brown got the rare honor of performing at Wembley Stadium, London's 90,000 capacity venue, this weekend, as a supporting act for Rap's first legacy act (alongside Jay Z), Eminem.While Em brought out Dre during his performance, Danny made sure to supply a surprise of his own, bringing out A$AP Rocky to do "1 Train". The reunion comes only a short while after Brown pre-emptively called out A$AP Mob for taking his verse off "Hella Hoes", later determined to be a label decision.
E-40 Feat. Danny Brown & ScHoolboy Q "All My Niggas" Video
E-40 Feat. Danny Brown & ScHoolboy Q
E-40 linked up with Danny Brown and ScHoolboy Q to shoot a video for their collaboration "All My Niggas." Peep it above.How do y'all feel about the collabo with Danny Brown, ScHoolboy Q? Are y'all feeling this one? Peep the new visual for E-40's E-40 Feat. Stressmatic & J.Banks "Off The Block" Video.
Fool's Gold Day Off With Danny Brown, ILoveMakonnen, Just Blaze (Hosted by World's Fair)
We're now five days removed from the annual Fool's Gold Day Off in New York, when Fool's Gold takes over the city streets to bring fans together with some great live performances. This year included headliners Danny Brown and French Montana, while AraabMuzik, New York OGs The Lox, World's Fair and more took the stage.
Danny Brown Talks Gap Teeth & Kathy Griffin With Arsenio Hall
Danny Brown was a guest on Arsenio Hall last night, and in addition to performing "Dip" from Old, the rapper told the story of how he lost his teeth. If you're familiar with the rapper, it's probably something you've heard before: he got hit by a car while riding a bike, and lost his teeth, and then after getting them fixed he busted them up once more. Since then, he's left the gap.
Black Milk Talks "If There's A Hell Below," Working With Bun B And Pete Rock
For the past decade, Black Milk has been making exciting, genre-bending hip-hop records. The Detroit native got his start as a producer, but took up rapping in the early 2000s and has never looked back. Less than a month after putting out his latest full length, If There's A Hell Below, he stopped by the HNHH offices to chat about his creative process, influences and recent collaborations with a wide variety of artists.