"If hip-hop is full of superheroes and everybody buddy-buddy, then I'm the villain," Danny Brown told RollingStone.
The rapper from Detroit had a very interesting interview with the magazine. Here are some excerpts.
On Miley Cyrus.
"I think she just trying to beat the case and say some s***. Ain't no way she could . . . trying to be dead or gangbang or some s***. She ain't live no Detroit experience. We can throw that out the window. I think she just trying to be cool. Personally, the reason that I don't like it is there's a lot of little girls that saw and looked up to Miley Cyrus as a little kid. Now they grown and they seeing what she doing. Somebody else can do that; you can be the one person who don't do that. What's your point? That you want to f*** black n***** or something? I don't get it. You just lost a nice-looking white dude, who was rich. Is he? I don’t know. I just know homeboy left Miley Cyrus and I say, "Duh!"
On rappers co-signing her.
"I think anybody doing that just trying to eat. Ain't no n**** worried about their own music worried about her. Kendrick Lamar is not trying to do no song with Miley Cyrus. It's just like this, man. It's like the little white girl in the hood that might get you a plug on some pills or some s***. You gonna be nice to her to get your plug or whatever you need to get. They trying to eat,"
On not making money from music sales.
I make money off shows. [Others] make money from selling music and things, but I make money from way cooler places. I'm getting into voiceovers and s***. I did Grand Theft Auto V – I'm actually one of the lifeguards. If you go on the beach, there's mad lifeguards, and if you f*** with one of them, it's me, and I try to beat you up. I just did Fox’s Animation Domination TV show. If I could make money from voiceovers, then I could just do whatever music I want. I think I have a cool-enough voice to do that type of s***. I don't know if Pixar will hire a guy who writes about eating p**** all the time, though. Maybe I need to tone it down a little bit.
On Big Sean
My point with Big Sean is that every time you hear him in an interview and every time he do anything, he's like "Cause I’m from Detroit! I’m from Detroit!" There’s ho-a** n****s from Detroit and there's gangstas in Detroit. Just being from a place doesn't dictate, doesn't mean anything. My whole point is about inspiring people to do things to get out of Detroit. Somebody like him hasn't been in Detroit forever, in years. He repping it like it's a cool place to be.
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