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Four or five years ago Microphone Check co-host Ali Shaheed Muhammad told Danny Brown that he’s the hip-hop Richard Pryor. “And I got it, too: making things funny that don’t supposed to be funny,” says Brown. “It’s like putting the pill in the pudding.”

Since then Brown has released three albums under his own name (with October’s Old being the most recent), fully infiltrated the festival circuit, and become both a regular fixture on critics Best Of lists and a character in GrandTheft Auto V. He spoke to Muhammad and co-host Frannie Kelley about his grandmothers, reading bad reviews and what he would do with $100,000.


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