Danny Brown confirms London show
Danny Brown has confirmed he'll be heading to London next month for a one-off show.
The rapper is set to play Scala on June 11th, with special guests set to support him (maybe Action Bronson? That would be cool...). It's likely that recent on-stage antics have contributed to the choice of venue here...
Tickets are price at £16 and can be bought from the offical Scala website.
If you fancy hearing new material from Mr. Brown, check out 'Dope Song' below.
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