Danny Brown released the dark and explosive song "Pneumonia" on an unsuspecting world this past August, only a few days after sharing a snippet of it on Twitter. The song is a highlight of the Detroit rapper's new Atrocity Exhibition album, and now it's getting a video as well. It's produced by Evian Christ, and features ad libs from the one and only ScHoolboy Q.
Speaking with Complex recently for his digital cover story, Danny opened up about his devotion to keeping his work as creative as possible. "At this point in my life, I have more creativity than ambition," he told Complex. "But a lot of the kids feel like they gotta record a song every day, put a song on SoundCloud every week, make a video every month. They have more ambition than creativity, and feel like the more work they do, the more reciprocated they gonna get. If you nurture your talent, you might not regret what you put out five years ago."
You can read more about Danny and Atrocity Exhibition in Brown's Complex cover story, and you can watch the "Pneumonia" video above.