Danny Brown Enlists TDE’s MixedByAli For His Upcoming Album
It’s been three years since we last musically heard from Danny Brown, but the wait appears to be almost over. Fans of the 35 year old Detroit rapper can rightfully get their hopes up as the Old emcee took to Instagram Friday (June 10) to assure his bruisers not only is he almost finished with his project, but it’s in good hands.
“Me and the bruh bruh @mixedbyali putting the final touches on my next masterpiece #Bruisers get ready Stanny Crown season is approaching ,” the caption reads.
TDE’s Derek Ali, better known as “MixedbyAli” has put the final touches on most of Top Dawg’s projects, and is now lending his expertise to Mr. Brown, who’s LP is untitled as of now and with no release date.
Danny Brown garnered critical attention with his 2011 EP Black and Brown and 2012’s The OD. Building off the momentum, Brown released Old in October 2013 under Fool’s Gold Records and distributed by Alternative Distribution Alliance. The LP became a major look for Brown, who’s project featured guest appearances from Schoolboy Q, Ab-Soul, Freddie Gibbs and A$AP Rocky, and landed in the top 20 on the US Billboard 200.
Stanny Crown season is approaching. Best get ready, now.