Danny Brown is an American rapper and songwriter. He was born on March 16, 1981, in Detroit, Michigan.
Brown began his career in music in the early 2000s, but it wasn’t until the release of his album “XXX” in 2011 that he gained widespread recognition. The album was critically acclaimed and earned Brown a loyal following of fans.
Since then, Brown has released several more albums, including “Old” (2013), “Atrocity Exhibition” (2016), and “uknowhatimsayin¿” (2019). He has collaborated with a wide range of other artists, including A$AP Rocky, Kendrick Lamar, and Run the Jewels.
Brown is known for his unique style of rap, which often features dark, introspective lyrics and unconventional beats. He has been praised for his creativity and his willingness to push the boundaries of the genre.
In addition to his music, Brown has also appeared in a variety of television shows and films, including “Detroiters,” “The Eric Andre Show,” and “White Boy Rick.”
Brown continues to be a respected and influential figure in the world of hip-hop, and his work has earned him numerous accolades and awards.