Danny Brown's "Atrocity Exhibition" followup is nearly upon us.
Those in the know value the artistry of Danny Brown. With influences drawing from Radiohead & Mount Eerie to the production of Alchemist, Brown has marched to the beat of his own drum since his informal introduction on XXX. Since then, the uniquely-voiced Detroit rapper has been carving out a lane as one of hip-hop's prominent mad-scientists. Now, set to follow-up 2016's slept on Atrocity Exhibition, Danny Brown has taken to Instagram to deliver an update on the enigmatic project.
Providing a picture of one of the album's contributors, Brown has revealed he'll be linking up with JPEGMAFIA for at least one endeavour. JPEG was previously spotted on Denzel Curry's "Vengeance," which found him holding it down for the track's middle verse. Hopefully he'll bring the same energy to Danny's album, and given the talent involved, it wouldn't be surprising to hear something more avant-garde than traditionalists might be used to.
Though the teaser is somewhat ambiguous, it does seem likely that we'll be seeing Danny drop before year's end. "Danny album almost done!!!!!!!!!" he writes, leaving us all hopeful that his words don't mirror Nas' once-unfulfilled promise. Either way, there's nothing wrong with a new Danny Brown album. Let us all wait patiently.