“IF WE FIND OUT YOU HAVE SOLD A TICKET FOR MORE THAN $5 WE WILL NOT LET YOU INTO THE SHOW.”
Well, that was fast. Yesterday, tickets for Danny Brown and Kitty Pryde’s first ever show together went on sale for $5 a pop. Today, they sold out faster than you can say “Haha, I’m sorry.” (Even famed video reviewer Anthony Fantano is on the list for this one.) Wesleying has heard reports of people scalping tickets for more than $5 in the great American entrepreneurial tradition. Organizer Cal Hickox ’15 confirms that if you do this, he will find you and give you your just reward.
If you’ve managed to snag a ticket and you’re looking to get in the zone early (and you’re not in Brooklyn right now for this extravaganza), Danny Brown’s new EP is available for streaming over at Consequence of Sound. A collaboration with rapper Dopehead and producer Skywlkrnd, the EP offers two gritty new tracks, “Errthang” and “Jooky,” plus remixes of each. I recommend “Jooky,” featuring one of fiercest violin samples you’ve heard in hip hop.
In other urgent breaking news, Kitty Pryde’s mom wants her to have a Wikipedia page. Check out the Danny Brown stream below.