Danny Brown shares new song “Tell Me What I Don’t Know” — listen

Atrocity Exhibition arrives later this month

Danny Brown // Photo by Kris Lenz

    Photo by Kris Lenz

    Atrocity Exhibition is the forthcoming fourth album from Danny Brown, due to drop next week on September 30th. Just two days after unveiling the massive posse cut “Really Doe”, featuring Kendrick Lamar, Earl Sweatshirt, and Ab-Soul, Brown returns with “Tell Me What I Don’t Know”.

    Featuring production from longtime collaborator Paul White, the track sees Brown “talkin’ that old school Detroit shit,” rhyming about neighborhood raids, court dates, and losing friends to street violence. “It’s like a cycle,” he reflects on the endlessness. “You get out, I go in this is not the life for us/ Tell me what I don’t know.”

    Stream it below.


    Brown also talked to Zane Lowe about “Really Doe”, his favorite songs on the new album, and the state of his voice after concerts. Check out excerpts from those discussions.

    Atrocity Exhibition Tracklist:
    01. Downward Spiral
    02. Tell Me What I Don’t Know
    03. Rolling Stone (feat. Petite Noir)
    04. Really Doe (feat. Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul & Earl Sweatshirt)
    05. Lost
    06. Ain’t It Funny
    07. Goldust
    08. White Lines
    09. Pneumonia
    10. Dance In The Water
    11. From The Ground (feat. Kelela)
    12. When It Rain
    13. Today
    14. Get Hi (feat. B-Real)
    15. Hell For It