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Detroit producer/DJ House Shoes comes second only to his late collaborator J Dilla as a tireless champion of the D’s contemporary hip-hop scene. He is best known for his King James Version Dilla mixtape and his hectic worldwide touring schedule, working alongside talents like Slum Village and Mayer Hawthorne. Now he presents “Sweet”, featuring emcee and fellow Detroit representative Danny Brown. “Sweet” appears on The Time, House Shoes’ new EP out now on Tres Records. The Time is a precursor to Let It Go, Shoes’ debut full-length production opus featuring OH NO, Alchemist, Roc Marciano, Moe Dirdee, Shafiq Husayn, Big Tone, Black Milk, Guilty Simpson, Nottz, MED, Co$$, Danny Brown, Chali 2na, FattFather, MarvWon, Black Spade, Quelle, Jimetta Rose, J1, SelfSays and Fat Albert Einstein. Let It Go drops June 19. You can download the Danny Brown track from here for free now.
Some of you may have wondered how Detroit hip-hop juggernaut Danny Brown busted his front teeth, and if you didn’t know, you would think he lost his tooth kickboxing a lesbian biker gang or in an incredibly complex sexual maneuver. Yet in the video for the Danny Brown x Party Supplies song “Grown Up”, out today on Scion AV / Fool’s Gold, mini Danny Brown will tell it like it is. Someone on Twitter claimed this was the cutest video they have ever seen. Sure, being a young punk is fun, but what happens when the training wheels come off? It’s directed by Greg Brunkalla, and you can also listen on Spotify or buy the track digitally.