Danny Brown (2) ‎– The Hybrid

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1 Greatest Rapper Ever
2 Need Another Drink
Producer – Mainframe (7)
3 New Era
Producer – Nick Speed
4 Exotic
Producer – Danny! Swain*
5 I'm Out
Producer – Chuck Inglish
6 Re-Up
7 Nowhere 2 Go
Producer – Denmark Vessey
8 Shootin' Moves
Producer – Frank Dukes
9 The Nana Song
Producer – Danny! Swain*
10 Guitar Solo
11 White Stripes
12 Juno
Producer – Mosel
13 Thank God
Producer – Mosel
14 Drinks On Me
15 Generation Rx
Producer – 14KT
16 S.O.S.
Producer – Slopfunkdust

Credits

  • ProducerQuelle* (tracks: 1, 6, 10, 11, 14)

Notes

Free MP3 download available at http://rappersiknow.bandcamp.com/album/danny-brown-the-hybrid

6. Re-Up produced by Quelle

12. Juno produced by Mosel
13. Thank God produced by Mosel
14. Drinks On Me produced by Quelle
15. Generation Rx produced by 14KT
16. S.O.S. produced by Slopfunkdust

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FNR-005 Danny Brown (2) The Hybrid(2xLP, Album) Fnr FNR-005 US 2011 Sell This Version
80 PG7672 Danny Brown (2) The Hybrid(CD, Album, Ltd) Fnr, Rappers I Know 80 PG7672 US 2010 Sell This Version

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less_cunning

less_cunning

October 30, 2010
edited over 8 years ago

Detroit emcee Danny Brown is a breath of fresh air. The Bandcamp MP3-release of "The Hybrid" is essentially an INTERNET masterpiece of urban realism, bawdy tales of sexual conquests, popular cultural references, sociological introspection, nihilistic drug abuse & LOL "i know he just didn't say that" Eminnem-esque punchlines that mesh together in both entertaining & compelling ways.

This is the future of hip-hop boys and girls: an autotune-less rapper w/ no manager & no publicist fueled by blogger buzz, Youtube videos, INTERNET mixtapes, Twitter groupies & the like that seemingly has paid off as rumourz of Danny Brown signing to G-Unit seem a fait accompli. "The Hybrid" is merely a testament to what an exceedingly bright future Danny Brown has for both hip-hop, and beyond...