Following the release of last year's critically acclaimed ‘Atrocity Exhibition’, Danny Brown has shared the wildly disturbing and uncomfortably funny video for ‘Ain't It Funny’.
In collaboration with the video's director, Jonah Hill, Danny re-imagines his life as an 80s sitcom episode but with a morbid twist, starring as 'Uncle Danny' alongside legendary writer / director Gus Van Sant, Growing Pains TV-mom Joanna Kerns and artist and actress Lauren Alice Avery.
‘ATROCITY EXHIBITION’ – OUT NOW
Danny Brown’s new album is available on Vinyl, CD, Digital and to stream below,
‘ATROCITY EXHIBITION’ REVIEWS
"Danny Brown is making great music."
– Pitchfork, 8.5 (Best New Music)
"'Atrocity Exhibition' plays like a manic, mood-swinging, bullet-sweating nightmare... The fourth album from Detroit's Danny Brown is the year's most thrilling cry for help."
– Rolling Stone, 4/5
"When you look at the rap landscape, there’s no-one quite like Danny Brown - past or present. Whether it’s his personality, his lyrics or even his success, [Danny] is a true outlier”
– Line Of Best Fit, 8.5/10
“The best post-punk album of the 21st century”
– Passion Of The Weiss
"Brown actually seeks to explore and expose his humanity as the atrocity exhibition it is"
– Drowned In Sound, 8/10
"With Atrocity Exhibition Danny Brown cements himself as a hip hop great"
– Loud And Quiet, 8/10
"Typically twisted and compelling"
– DJ Mag, 9/10
“We are living through an era where many, many rappers are capable of great things. But there’s only one person alive who could’ve made this album, and that’s Danny Brown.”
— Stereogum, AOTW