The National Museum of American Jewish History announces Sifting Through Ashes, an exhibition of works by artist Bruce Gendelman, who captures the unimaginable atrocities of the Holocaust through a series of nine large-scale, richly textural oil paintings and approximately twenty photographs. Show More Summary
Take a peak behind the curtain with this behind the scenes look at the making of Danny Brown’s most recent video for “Lost,” directed by Matilda Finn, off the Atrocity Exhibition album. Previously: Danny Brown – Lost (Video) The post Behind the Scenes of Danny Brown’s “Lost” appeared first on Nah Right.
After teaming up with DJ Shadow earlier this month on “Horror Show,” Danny Brown is back with a new visual for “Lost” off the Atrocity Exhibition album. Danny has got the kitchen clicking in the new black and white clip directed by Matilda Finn. Show More Summary
Gross, unsettling visuals are just what the Atrocity Exhibition song requires.
From last year’s Atrocity Exhibition album
To celebrate Record Store Day 2017, Danny Brown dropped his Atrocity Exhibition single “Ain’t It Funny” with accapella, instrumental and B-side Clams Casino collab “Worth It” on a Brain Dead-designed 10? vinyl. Get yours at store.foolsgoldrecs.com, and shout out the fine folks at Warp Records. The post Danny Brown “Ain’t It Funny” 10? Pic Disc appeared first on FOOL'S GOLD.
If Danny Brown wasn’t getting busy, he wouldn’t be Danny Brown. Since releasing Atrocity Exhibition last fall the Detroit rap virtuoso known for his hyper-kinetic delivery has been pushing the album by touring North America and Europe while delivering on guest verses for Run the Jewels and Gorillaz. His latest ... More »
Danny Brown shares some behind the scenes footage from the set of his video for “Ain’t It Funny”, which was guest-directed by Jonah Hill. Watch the finished product here and hit the link below to stream Danny’s Atrocity Exhibition LP. Previously: Danny Brown Releases Atrocity Exhibition Early
Last week, Danny Brown and Jonah Hill shared their new video for the Atrocity Exhibition track “Ain’t It Funny.” The clip featured featured a fake sitcom called “Ain’t It Funny” which featured Brown as “Uncle Danny” and Gus Van Sant (Good Will Hunting). Show More Summary
Sounds like: Earl Sweatshirt, The Avalanches, Big Sean What's so good? This week, Danny Brown dropped the visuals for his frantic, manic single "Ain't It Funny" off last year's Atrocity Exhibition. The bizarre, confronting and fairly...Show More Summary
The Detroit rapper stars in his own perverse sitcom in the latest Atrocity Exhibition visual.
As promised, Danny Brown is back with his new collaboration alongside Jonah Hill this afternoon/evening, courtesy of the official music video for “Ain’t It Funny.” The track in turn appears on Brown’s 2016 album, Atrocity Exhibition. Dropping something live with the bruh bruh @JonahHill tomorrow – 5pm ET???? pic.twitter.com/B8HzoOFvdM — Danny Brown (@xdannyxbrownx) March 27, […]
As promised, Danny Brown and Jonah Hill have shared a new collaboration. Hill directed the video for Brown’s Atrocity Exhibition track “Ain’t It Funny.” It initially streamed on Danny’s Periscope. Watch it below. It features Brown starring...Show More Summary
Jonah Hill directed Danny Brown’s ridiculous new video for Atrocity Exhibition jam “Ain’t It Funny”. Gus Van Sant, a cough syrup bottle, a Xanax bar, among others star alongside Brown in this 80s sitcom satire. Continue reading
Danny Brown has just shared a video for "Ain't It Funny," a track off his most recent album, Atrocity Exhibition. It was directed by Jonah Hill, and it takes the form of a sketch that purports to be a sitcom called Ain't It Funny that airs on The Religious Values Network. Brown portrays Uncle Danny,…
Danny Brown is releasing his Atrocity Exhibition track “Ain’t It Funny” as his next single. It’s being released on a limited edition 10” picture disc for Record Store Day, and arrives April 22. The release includes the original track, as well as a capella and instrumental versions of it. Show More Summary
Collaborative effort comes just months after Brown's impressive Atrocity Exhibition.
Paul White is the UK producer responsible for most of the beats on Danny Brown's recent Atrocity Exhibition, one of the very best albums of 2016. And now the two artists have teamed up once again for Accelerator, a new EP featuring two new collaborations and their instrumentals. We've already heard the pulse-quickening title track,…
This Friday, Danny Brown and Paul White, the UK producer who did most of the beats on Brown's great recent album Atrocity Exhibition, will release their new collaborative EP Accelerator. It includes two new Brown/White tracks, "Accelerator" and "Lion's Den," as well as the instrumental versions of both tracks. White has just shared the video…
In 2016, TMT loved Danny Brown's latest album Atrocity Exhibition so much that it landed in the top 10 of our favorite music releases for the year.