Mark Ronson Premiered the Studio Version of Danny Brown's "Dip" During His "Boiler Room" Set

Don't let him into his zone.

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We're anxiously anticipating Danny Brown's forthcoming album Old, which drops in mid-August. We've heard previews of songs like "Dope Song" at Coachella, and "Dip" at live performances. 

Thankfully, Mark Ronson grabbed the studio version of “Dip” which he played during his recent set for The Boiler Room. The track starts around 15:30, and samples Freak Nasty’s 1996 single “Da’ Dip.”

Ronson shouts out Fool's Gold and announces it's the world premiere of "Dip" in the video above.

Danny has released "Kush Coma," which will appear on Old and just had a feature appearance on Insane Clown Posse's "When I'm Clownin'." 

Are you excited for Old?

[via CoS]

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