How much did Danny Brown spend on Atrocity Exhibition?
Danny Brown Spent 70k to Clear Samples For “Atrocity Exhibition”
Did Danny Brown lose money on Atrocity Exhibition?
Danny Brown blew his money on his passion projects. Danny admitted to spending $70k on sample clearances, for an album he claims “no one bought,” his admission of debt obviously an exaggerated play on words. Atrocity Exhibition was the final instalment of a trilogy that included XXX and Old.
Who made the beats on Atrocity Exhibition?
Brown said — “Atrocity Exhibition,” out Sept. 30, is “probably less accessible.” The album sounds like a gothic rave within a horror movie, thanks to cavernous instrumentals (including $70,000 worth of music samples) by the experimental British producer Paul White, who was behind 10 of the 15 new tracks.
What is Danny Brown net worth?
Danny Brown net worth: Danny Brown is an American rapper who has a net worth of $4 million. Danny Brown was born in Detroit, Michigan in March 1981.
When did atrocity exhibition come out?
A concept album examining the dichotomy between Brown’s notably wild behavior and crippling depression that’s been both a cause and an effect of his drug-fueled lifestyle, his major label debut XXX premiered to raving critics.
What is an atrocity exhibition?
The Atrocity Exhibition is an experimental novel of linked stories or “condensed novels” by British writer J. G. Ballard. The book was originally published in the UK in 1970 by Jonathan Cape.