Live At The Majestic was slated for a November 7 release.
Danny Brown's Live At The Majestic documentary was scheduled to be released exclusively via Apple Music earlier this week on 11/7, but (as Pitchfork points out), it hasn't appeared on the streaming service. And it looks like it won't be showing up there at all. Brown responded to a few of his fans on Twitter…
Live at the Majestic was slated for an exclusive Apple release
Roc Marciano and Quelle Chris also feature on the song from Dabrye’s upcoming album Three/Three
Michigan based producer Dabrye brings together a killer lineup of Roc Marciano, Quelle Chris and Danny Brown for “The Appetite,” a new release from his upcoming album Three/Three. The unique styles of these three lyricists are tied together...Show More Summary
Early next year, the Ann Arbor producer Dabrye will release his new album Three/Three, and it'll feature guest appearances from an impressive array of rappers, including Ghostface Killah, DOOM, Jonwayne, and Guilty Simpson. But the most impressive lineup appears on the song "The Appetite," which features verses from hard-muttering Long Island auteur Roc Marciano, Detroit…
Chef Danny Brown has transformed his newish Upper East Side bistro into a charcuterie and cheese-centric restaurant with a more informal environment than his previous concept. Despite being well received by the neighborhood, X Bar Bistro will transform into Charc beginning November 8th, serving meats and cheeses plus sandwiches and share plates. [ more › ]
Even though Danny Brown is one of the most expressive musicians working these days, the complete depth of his being still eludes complete comprehension, even via his incredibly forthright discography. For instance, did you know his favorite cartoon character is Rocko from Rocko's Modern Life ?
Even though Danny Brown is one of the most expressive musicians working these days, the complete depth of his being still eludes complete comprehension, even via his incredibly forthright discography. For instance, did you know his favorite...Show More Summary
Apple Music has scored exclusive streaming rights to "Danny Brown: Live at the Majestic," a documentary chronicling the Detroit rapper's return to his home town for a first-ever gig at the Majestic Theater.
“It’s being produced by one producer, who’s legendary in hip-hop. And it’s gonna be a big deal”
On November 7, Apple Music will be premiering a new documentary on Danny Brown. Titled Live at the Majestic, the picture provides a behind-the-scenes look at the eccentric Detroit rapper’s ascension to fame. The film notes direction by Andrew Cohn, as at the core it is “filled with hilarious stories of youthful misdeeds, wrestling with […]
The Detroit rapper also shared a trailer for his upcoming Apple music documentary Danny Brown: Live at The Majestic.
Danny Brown is getting his own documentary, Danny Brown: Live At The Majestic, which will be available exclusively via Apple Music on 11/7. The film will be centered around a performance at Detroit's Majestic Theatre, but will chart Brown's rise over the last few years culminating in 2016's Atrocity Exhibition. The movie was directed by…
Following a killer opening night featuring broadly popular acts like Danny Brown and Gorillaz, Miami's III Points Music, Art, and Technology festival continued on Saturday (10/14) and Sunday (10/15) with prime headlining sets given to artists with more particular audiences. Continue reading…
With the Browns trailing the Texans 24-3 on Sunday, Cleveland defensive tackle Danny Shelton tackled Houston running back Lamar Miller for a loss of three yards. Shelton got up and celebrated boisterously. Some observers weren’t keen on that, thinking that while the winless Browns were getting blown out, it wasn’t the right time for a [more]
The Browns are getting closer to having defensive end Myles Garrett in the lineup, but it’s still up in the air whether he’ll be making his regular season debut against the Bengals this weekend. Garrett has been listed as questionable after practicing this week for the first time since he hurt his ankle days before [more]
During the first stretch of the decade, Action Bronson seemed like Ghostface Killah doing Danny Brown one-liners, one of the better rappers to grace beats by Harry Fraud and responsible for one of the Alchemist’s best projects in Rare Chandeliers. During this time, he released the first two... Continue reading
Hollywood may have struggled to get audiences to buy-in on a sequel-heavy summer this year, but if past trends are any indication, Danny Brown won’t be having the same problem with his own blockbuster franchise follow-up: the 4th annual...Show More Summary