Danny Brown Teams Up With Chief Keef Pal SD on Savage ‘New World Order’ Remix
Detroit rapper's upcoming album 'Old' gets October release date
New material from Danny Brown has trickled out slowly this year, from solo tracks like “Kush Coma,” “#ExpressYourself,” and “Dope Song” to scattered features like Tree’s “No Faces,” E-40’s “All My Niggas,” and a remix of Charli XCX’s “What I Like.” You can now throw the “New World Order” remix, which you can stream via The FADER, by longtime Chief Keef confidant SD on that latter pile. As he has professed in a number of tweets, Brown has long been a fan of Keef and his crew, so it’s no surprise to see him aligning with SD. The younger rapper, who is less polished and charismatic than Keef, nonetheless can spout out street bangers that approximate the electricity of Keef’s less heady tracks. “New World Order” and his new tape Life of a Savage 3 are testaments to that.
In other Danny Brown news, he threatened to leak his new album this morning before reporting later that it’s now due out in October. A-Trak, the owner of Brown’s label Fool’s Gold, also tweeted that they will be releasing a new video this week. Brown will tour this fall with Action Bronson on a tour called “2 High 2 Die,” which makes perfect sense given those two. Dates for that are below.