"Black and Brown" Official Video From Danny Brown and Black Milk



No sooner than the duo winds up in the lead spot of the MT's music section this week than Detroit hip-hop stars Black Milk and Danny Brown release a new video to support their latest EP. Black and Brown, the 10 track, 22 minute cannon shot of a combo album that came out this past Tuesday is the talk of music blogs all across the country right now.

It features a side of Black Milk's production capabilities that most fans have never heard before and a host of comedic, sexed up lyrics from Danny Brown that audiences have come to expect. Even though they're both on tour and literally continents apart, they managed to release a music video yesterday. Local directors Gerard Victor and Adrienne Williams did a great job stringing this together and it's almost at a point now where if there's an amazing hip-hop video being shot in Detroit, these two are behind it. I'm not sure why the full song on the EP is 3:42 and the video is just 2:02 but it inevitably leaves viewers hungrier for more which ain't exactly a bad thing.

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