Danny Brown is readying his next big move as he announces the Atrocity Exhibition album.
The Detroit rapper took to Instagram to share the lines of Joy Division’s “Atrocity Exhibition” song, a cut from the rock band’s 1980 album, Closer. The title of that song comes from J.G. Ballard‘s experimental collection of stories from 1970.
Last month, Brown said that he was putting the finishing touches on what we now know as Atrocity Exhibition with TDE’s in-house engineer, Ali.
Brown’s last full-length release was 2013’s Old, which featured Freddie Gibbs, Ab-Soul, ScHoolboy Q and A$AP Rocky. Brown appeared on Rocky’s Long.Live. A$AP album cut “1 Train” alongside Kendrick Lamar, Yelawolf, Action Bronson, Big K.R.I.T. and Joey Bada$$. The 35-year-old also served as an opening act for Rocky and Tyler, The Creator on their joint tour last year.
More recently, he appeared with MF DOOM on “Frankie Sinatra,” the lead-off single from The Avalanches’ Wildflower album.
Brown also announced his own North American tour, which kicks off September 14 in Philadelphia and ends on November 5 in Cleveland. Opening for him are Maxo Kream andZelooperz. Check below for dates and locations or visit Brown’s site for tickets and more details.
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