Danny Brown wants to learn improv, but first he’s working on an album with a “legendary” producer

The Detroit rapper also shared a trailer for his upcoming Apple music documentary Danny Brown: Live at The Majestic.

November 01, 2017

The trailer for Danny Brown's documentary Danny Brown: Live at The Majestic has arrived. The film, out November 7 on Apple Music, was shot in Brown's hometown of Detroit with footage of the rapper performing and creating his breakout project XXX. Watch the trailer above.


In a new interview with Complex, Brown also shared a few details on his upcoming third album: The yet-untitled project will be entirely produced by someone "legendary in hip-hop."

"I'm working on my next album right now," Brown said. "I can't really talk too much about it. I would just say it's being produced by one producer, who’s legendary in hip-hop. And it's gonna be a big deal [laughter]."

Brown also discussed a career path he's interested in. "Acting and just comedy in general is my big deal. I just hired an acting coach. Imma have a lot of time off in the winter, so Imma do a lot of improv classes. I just wanna get into that. Like, I wouldn't mind being hired at Second City, you know?"

Brown also discusses how watching the documentary affected him, what it's like playing a show in his hometown of Detroit, and reveals his impending acting debut: White Boy Rick starring Matthew McConaughey, out January 2018. Read the full interview at Complex.

Posted: November 01, 2017