In 2017 Danny Brown had planned to release a concert documentary, Live At The Majestic, via Apple Music. However, the film did not release on its planned due date and — to be honest — nobody but Danny knew what really happened.
However, a year to the day of its original planned release Live At The Majestic has finally resurfaced. Directed by Andrew Cohn, the film takes viewers into Brown’s life and tour days leading to the release of his 2016 album Atrocity Exhibition. Alongside interviews with Danny, his fans and his associates, there will also be vintage footage of Danny’s The Hybrid days and Adderall-happy XXX era.
Like any return to the place you grew up, the journey is filled with hilarious stories of youthful misdeeds, wrestling with a new and more honest assessment of home and a deeper understanding of yourself. What Cohn delivers is both an intimate and poignant conversation with Brown and a wholly entertaining rock doc featuring explosive concert footage.
The film is now available at Danny’s e-home.
Majestic comes ahead of Danny’s fifth annual Thanksgiving Bruiser concert. Taking place November 21st at Detroit’s Masonic Temple Roller Rink, Danny will be joined by the likes of Valee, JPEGMAFIA and others. Tickets are available now.