Danny Brown’s unpredictability also applies to his album release strategies. Atrocity Exhibition was supposed to drop Friday, but Brown was too impatient to wait a few more days. This afternoon, the project hit streaming services right before his scheduled Twitter Q&A.
PUSHED THE ALBUM UP BRUH BRUH, COULDN’T WAIT ANY LONGER – #ATROCITYEXHIBITION TODAY!!!! pic.twitter.com/ywF2Mq1cEE
— Danny Brown (@xdannyxbrownx) September 27, 2016
Announced back in July, Atrocity Exhibition has been steadily building anticipation thanks to its streak of strong singles like the posse cut “Really Doe.” The album, named after a Joy Division song, is primarily produced by frequent collaborator Paul White and features appearances from Cypress Hill’s B-Real, Kelela, Petite Noire, Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul,, and Earl Sweatshirt. Stream the album below via Spotify.