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Known for his individual appearance and rapping style, Danny Brown is considered as one of the distinct figures in present day rap music scene. Brown entered the music industry back in 2003, and broke to critical acclaim following the release of his free album called XXX back in 2011. After the success that the album was met with shortly after, it was named the #1 Hip Hop album of the year by Spin. Apart from that, Metro Times also named him Artist of the Year. Apart from his success as a recording artist, Brown’s career as a live performer isn’t any less successful. He has performed at great many venues over the course of his professional career, and this time around Danny Brown tickets are up on sale again for his upcoming concert tour.
Danny Brown had flair for rapping ever since he was a kid. He used rhyming in his day to day conversations, and had a knack for rhyming at a very young age. At that time, his father was a DJ at a local club, so he exposed Brown to most of his spins. Apart from that, his father also exposed and inspired Brown with the acts like LL Cool J, A Tribe Called Quest and Roy Ayers. Back when Brown was a kid, he always wanted to be a rapper, not knowing that one day he would attract a large sum of audience at each of his life performances.
Danny kicked off his professional career as a musician when he became a band of a hip hop group called Rese’vor Dogs. Other members of the group included Dopehead and Chips. The group came up with an independent album back in 2003 called Runispokets-N-Dumpemindariva. Following the release, the tracks from the album received minor airplay on local radio stations including the lead single from the album called Yes. As Brown’s rhyming skills and talents as a hip hop musician were further polished, he attracted the attention of Travis Cummings of Roc-A-Fella Records. After trying his luck with Roc-A-Fella, Brown made his way back to his hometown from New York, where he met up with producer Nick Speed.
He later linked up with Tony Yayo from the G-Unit and made a collaborative effort with him called Hawaiian Snow released in 2010. With that association, speculations were made that Brown would eventually sign up with G-Unit records, but due to his appearance that didn’t go with G-Unit’s image, this never happened. Hence after releasing a couple of mixtapes, Brown finally came up with his first full length album called The Hybrid which was released independently on Rappers I Know. Also in the same year, he signed a record deal with Fool’s Gold, an independent record label in Brooklyn.
Following his move to Fool’s Gold Record, Brown made his most critically and commercially successful move with the release of his second full length album called XXX. The album garnered critical appreciation from many critics including Pitchfork that gave it 8.2 out of 10. Passion of the Weiss also named it the 6th best album of the year 2011. In 2012, Brown was also featured at the Top Ten Freshmen on the cover of XXL. In the same year, it was also announced the he will also be performing at the 13th Gathering of the Juggalos.
By far, he has released a total of two studio albums with his upcoming album Old still in the pipeline. The album is expected to be released somewhere in October 2013 on Fool’s Gold records. Unlike all of his previous albums, Old will be released at retail stores. Following the album release, Brown is also scheduled to hit various venues on his concert tour to promote his soon to be released album. So before he steps out, make sure you get your Danny Brown tickets in order to catch him live in your city.