Watch Danny Brown cover Korn’s “Freak On A Leash”


Danny Brown covered Korn’s iconic nu-metal classic “Freak On A Leash” – check out the images below.

Taking part in Red Bull’s Soundclash group battle against Rico Nasty in Chicago, Danny Brown released a faithful rendition of Korn’s 1999 single, “Freak On A Leash.”

Responding to images on Twitter, one fan said “I need a Danny Brown Korn cover album ASAP“while another called him”legendary”. Not everyone was a fan, however, with a few people comparing Brown to Squidward from Sponge Bob SquarePants, and another saying, “Look, I absolutely love Danny Brown but it’s me at karaoke. “

Brown was joined by a full band for the performance, although he left the infamous broadcast section in someone else’s hands. Watch the performance below:

Earlier this year, Danny Brown made his debut as a stand-up comedian, performing at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, TX to 4,000 people.

In a pair of now deleted tweets seen by Complex, Brown also added that he was “addicted” to stand-up, although he admitted that he still had room to improve.

“I definitely have a lot going on, but I can honestly say I’m addicted now and want to improve in this area so I’m definitely going to go hard when I get home,” he reportedly said. writing.

Meanwhile, Korn will be releasing their 14th studio album ‘Requiem’ in February.

After teasing the announcement through a series of interactive VR billboards, the nu-metal band confirmed the release of the 2019 sequel to “The Nothing” alongside the new single “Start The Healing”.

During Korn’s recent tour, it was revealed that three members of the group had contracted COVID-19; frontman Jonathan Davis, guitarist James ‘Munky’ Schaffer and drummer Ray Luzier. While each incident caused them to postpone certain tour dates, the group continued to perform in certain cities. About two weeks after his diagnosis, Davis returned to play with the group, despite sitting on a throne for most of their set.

Earlier this month, Davis opened up about his battle with COVID-19, saying the experience had left him “scared of shit.”


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