Danny Brown Skeptical Of Collaborative Album With ScHoolboy Q, Ab-Soul & A$AP Rocky
Danny Brown says, "TDE, they always talk. They can't even do a Black Hippy album, so we doubt that'll ever happen," referring to a potential collaborative album with Ab-Soul, ScHoolboy Q and A$AP Rocky.
"That's on them," Brown said in an interview with Montreality. "I'm always here. I'm always ready to work. TDE, they always talk. They can't even do a Black Hippy album, so we doubt that'll ever happen."
Black Hippy is a group featuring TDE labelmates ScHoolboy Q, Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul and Jay Rock.
“We may even do an album together," Q said. "We’ve been talking about it. Call that whole shit Druggys Wit Hoes. We may do it. Me and Rocky may do a project together, too. We’ve been talking about it, too. I’m just waiting to get this album out and just see what happens. As of right now, I don’t now. After this album, shit, I want to work with both the homies. I want to do a project with Soul and I want to do one with Rocky. Maybe we can even put our own little group together – me, Ab-Soul, Danny Brown and Rocky.”
Danny Brown appeared as a guest during Black Hippy's set at the group's San Bernardino, California Rock the Bells festival showing.
Brown's interview with Montreality can be viewed below.