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Listen: Danny Brown Features on A$AP Mob’s “Hella Hoes” Remix

Danny Brown has appeared on the remixed version of A$AP Mob’s Hella Hoes, the original of which was released over two years ago.

Shortly after the record was released, Danny Brown took to Twitter to complain about being cut from the song. On June 6th 2014 he sent out a series of tweets explaining the situation and was understandably not happy about it:

If u took time out your busy ass schedule to do a feature for somebody and they cut u off the song without telling you…Would u be hot??

— Danny Brown (@xdannyxbrownx) June 6, 2014

Or does that mean my verse was wack?

— Danny Brown (@xdannyxbrownx) June 6, 2014

Brown was on tour when the track was being created so he had to book some studio time in order to record his verse for it. Something which, again, he wasn’t happy about.

However, fans have now finally been given the chance to hear Brown’s cut verse, as the song has been released as part of this week’s “Wavy Wednesday”. The campaign sees A$AP Mob dropping previously unheard tracks every Wednesday for their fans, a bit like Kanye’s (currently botched) G.O.O.D Fridays. It was originally introduced two weeks ago when A$AP Rocky announced it on his Twitter page during a Q&A session before the Grammys.

Danny Brown last released a studio album, Old, in 2013. Since then, he has only been seen on features for a number of other artists including Rustie, Eminem, and Action Bronson. Early last year during an interview, he stated that he was in the “early stages” of making a follow up to his successful last album, but we are still yet to see or hear any details about the supposed album, despite the man himself declaring that he had been recording “like a maniac,” after he built a studio in his new house in Michigan.

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