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More trauma and travails with the magnetic Detroit MC. Like XXX and Old before it, Atrocity Exhibition plays like a nightmare with punchlines, the diary of a hedonist who loves the night as much as he hates the morning after. “Upcoming heavy traffic/say ya need to slow down, ’cause you feel yourself crashing,” Brown raps on “Ain’t it Funny,” a feverish highlight. “Staring the devil in the face but ya can’t stop laughing.”

Customer Reviews

Sensational

In a genre that is extremely over-saturated with people claiming to be musical geniuses, it's extremely refreshing to find a rapper who actually seems to be experimenting and pushing the boundaries of hip hop. Love him or hate him, it's impossible to deny that nobody does it like Danny Brown.

Another great installation

Danny brown imo really out does himself with this album. Tracks like ain't it funny, white lines, and today really show how crazy Danny brown's style has formed. Also very few features, bruh is rocking this album front to back. Production is also really well done. 9/10

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Biography

Born: March 16, 1981 in Detroit, MI

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Detroit rapper Danny Brown embraced his unique hood/hipster personality, took full advantage of social media, and -- fueled by his experiences with drug dealing and drug taking, as well as a wicked sense of humor -- delivered some of the most vivid, vulgar, and side-splitting rhymes of his era. Brown (real last name: Sewell) surfaced during the mid-2000s as a member of Reser'vor Dogs. The group advanced far enough to get the attention of the Roc-A-Fella label. A deal was not struck, but an A&R rep...
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