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Live Shots: Detroit rapper Danny Brown got Regency Ballroom to ‘Dip’

Magnetic performer pulled out classics as well as collabs (and an anti-gentrification screed) from two recent albums.

Danny Brown has been repping the wild, eclectic, and undersung Detroit hip-hop scene for almost 15 years, carving a unique path in the industry as a magnetic performer and fascinating personality. After powerhouse opening acts—powerhouse harpist/performance artist Alice Longyu Gao and fellow Detroit rapper Bruiser Wolf—brown wowed the Regency Ballroom crowd with several cuts from his 2023 collab album with JPEGMAFIA Scaring the Hoes and solo album from that year, Quaranta (including anti-gentrification anthem “Jenn’s Terrific Vacation”), as well as classics like “25 Bucks” and “Dip.”

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