It all stemmed from a verse-writing session long ago.
Keep your water glasses to yourself at Danny Brown concerts, Glasgow.
“Detroit vs. Everybody” is off Shady Records’ Shady XV compilation that was released back in November.
“It’s really about self-esteem in black girls,” Brown said about the book.
This is the posse cuts to end all posse cuts, featuring Young Thug, Pusha T, YG, Raekwon, Killer Mike and dozens more.
Eminem Reps His Hometown with Help From Big Sean, Danny Brown, Dej Loaf on ‘Detroit Vs. Everybody': Listen
Eminem is a product of the Motor City and is sending his thanks to his home city with his new track “Detroit Vs. Everybody.”
The first disc will feature a selection of all new tracks, including songs by Slaughterhouse, Bad Meets Evil, Yelawolf and D12.
From Beatking’s low registers to Danny’s piercing high notes, they cover just about the entire spectrum of the human voice.
A release date for the band’s new free album has not been announced.
When Kanye fans meet Kanye haters, it is the unstoppable force meeting the immovable object.
The Woodies may not carry the cachet or star power of the Billboard awards or the Grammys (or even the MTV Music Video awards), as evidenced by the absence of most of the award winners. But for the thousands in attendance in Austin, it mattered little, and those watching at home likely won’t care at all.
In another installment of Radio.com’s year-end coverage, Nate Patrin examines how the most powerful rap releases of 2013 were focused on something smaller, and in the wake of “meh” big albums, this might be a future trend.
What was the last album you liked that talked about fracking AND gender politics? Dan Weiss sums up the year with his favorite albums, from Lady Gaga to a Malian blues album by Basseyou Kouyate and Ngoni Ba.
Lorde, Haim, and Nelly — three words, three albums and only one of them garners the Radio.com Album Of The Week award. Is Justin Timberlake still seeing clearly? Is Danny Brown still pushing boundaries? Find out in the rundown of this week’s new releases
With Yeezus season behind us, we can now focus on autumn’s real raison d’être: fuzzy cardigans and new albums.
Rock the Bells celebrates the past on their 10th anniversary but the results came up painfully short.