Irving Plaza | New York, New York
JUST IN: Rapper Danny Brown just announced a 2024 North American tour behind his November album ‘Quaranta.’ The tour is taking him on a 24-city trek across the nation, including a stop in New York City. If you’re a fan from the area, keep reading below because we have all the details about the upcoming show right here.
Danny Brown is performing live at the Irving Plaza on Saturday, the 16th of March, 2024. This is expected to be one of the hottest events of the season so don’t miss out on it! Catch Danny Brown as he performs some of his most recent hits from the new album - it’s going to be awesome.
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Danny Brown announced a North American tour in support of his sixth studio LP, Quaranta. The trek will kick off in March 2024 in Boston and will continue in the United States and Canada through April. The tour will close off in Nashville's Brooklyn Bowl. Before that, the trek’s taking him to cities like Chicago, Toronto, California, and New York.
The album 'Quaranta' was released in November with 11 songs. It featured collaborations alongside Bruiser Wolf, MIKE and Kassa Overall. Production was handled by the Alchemist, Chris Keys, Quelle Chris, Samiyam and more.
“I recorded most of it during quarantine. Definitely over 30, 40 songs. We narrowed it, really, really narrowed it down to a solid 11,” Brown explained about the album in a recent interview with Apple Music. “It’s a legacy album, and it’s to close that chapter on my life, with what I was dealing with. It’s 10 years after XXX, after 30. ‘Quaranta’ means 40 in Italian, and then it also sounded like quarantine a little bit, so that’s why I went with that.”
He continued, “I always use music as a therapy… So yeah, it was just me closing that chapter on my life. Now, I’m all about making music to uplift people and make them have fun, and not necessarily be a trauma dump for me.”
About Danny Brown:
Danny Brown is an American rapper who was described by MTV in 2011 as "one of rap's most unique figures in recent memory." He released his first studio album, The Hybrid, in 2010. He gained international recognition after the release its follow up XXX (2011). The album went on to receive critical acclaim and led him to be named "Artist of the Year" by Spin and the Metro Times. His third studio album, Old (2013) reached number 18 on the US Billboard 200 chart. His fourth and fifth studio albums, Atrocity Exhibition (2016) and U Know What I'm Sayin? (2019), were met with continued critical acclaim. This year, he released his collaborative studio album with JPEGMafia, Scaring the Hoes. Surprisingly just a few months after that, he dropped his sixth album, Quaranta.