JPEGMAFIA & Danny Brown Are Unapologetically “Scaring The Hoes” On New Single
JPEGMAFIA & Danny Brown Are Unapologetically Scaring The Hoes On New Single – Hip-Hop oddballs Danny Brown and JPEGMAFIA are gearing up to finally deliver their joint project, Scaring The Hoes Vol. 1. The two rappers formed an incredible bond over the years, though it wasn’t limited to music. In a sense, JPEGMAFIA looked up to Danny Brown as a mentor while the Detroit legend regarded Peggy as an exciting new voice in the rap game. Though they collaborated in the past, Scaring The Hoes Vol. 1 will mark their first collaborative joint together.
When Danny Brown dropped his last studio album, he told HotNewHipHop that he didn’t actually want to do a joint project with JPEGMAFIA. “I think the joint project stuff is getting a little corny. If anything, we’ll just keep this relationship musically forever. I’m always on his shit, he always on my shit,” he explained, though he admitted they bring the best out of each other. “There’s strength in numbers, man, if you got your brothers with you. You’ll make doper shit. You bounce off of each other, you inspire each other.”
Danny Brown and JPEGMAFIA debuted the first single off fo the project last week, “Lean Beef Patty.” The glitchy banger allowed both of their weirdness to thrive but today, they’ve given fans a bit more insight into what to expect. Danny and Peggy shared the title track off of the project, alongside a new visual. Though another short effort, Danny and Peggy come through with punk rock energy and plenty of bars.
The latest offering from the project delves deeper into the strange pockets of Internet absurdity that they admittedly linger. The video opens up with Danny paying homage to the infamous Unforgivable series before he and JPEGMAFIA utilize breakbeats and jazz horns for a huge anthem. The two will finally reveal the project, Scaring The Hoes Vol. 1 this Friday.
Fuck that hip-hop and that old man flow
Where the autotune at? Give a fuck about a trash ‘Cause the art is for the scams, catch up old man Said it ain’t about the bars, cause it’s all about the brand