​ The other day, The A$AP Mob released a new single, "Hella Hoes," off their forthcoming album L.O.R.D. The track featured the four core rappers from The Mob: Rocky, Ferg, Twelvyy and Nast. Apparently, when the track was being created The Mob reached out to Danny Brown for a verse. However, as the Harlem rappers were finalizing the record, Danny's verse was cut.  Danny Brown hopped on his personal Twitter account to express his frustration with The A$AP Mob for cutting his verse from the single. He explained how he had took time out of his busy schedule and paid for studio time just to record the verse. He even referred to a time when he was in a similar situation with Ab-Soul. Brown considered cutting "Way Up Here" from his sophomore album Old, but Danny knew Soulo had worked hard on his verse, so he decided to keep it on the album. Danny also revealed A$hton Matthews was cut from "Hella Hoes" as well. 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 or maybe niggas just don't fuck wit me no more .. fuck it all this rap shit fake anyway — Danny Brown (@xdannyxbrownx) June 6, 2014 @AyyThatsMoney thats the song I'm talking about .. they cut me off it and didn't even tell me — Danny Brown (@xdannyxbrownx) June 6, 2014 @tribecadreams @AyyThatsMoney they cut Ashton off it to thats the only verse that was on there so i had to write off what he did .. — Danny Brown (@xdannyxbrownx) June 6, 2014 @tribecadreams i wanted to cut "Way Up Here" from OLD at one point of time but i didn't cause i know Soulo took time out to work on it — Danny Brown (@xdannyxbrownx) June 6, 2014
News | June 7, 2014
Danny Brown’s Verse Cut From “Hella Hoes”, Takes To Twitter To Vent

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The other day, The A$AP Mob released a new single, "Hella Hoes," off their forthcoming album L.O.R.D. The track featured the four core rappers from The Mob: Rocky, Ferg, Twelvyy and Nast. Apparently, when the track was being created The Mob reached out to Danny Brown for a verse. However, as the Harlem rappers were finalizing the record, Danny's verse was cut. 

Danny Brown hopped on his personal Twitter account to express his frustration with The A$AP Mob for cutting his verse from the single. He explained how he had took time out of his busy schedule and paid for studio time just to record the verse. He even referred to a time when he was in a similar situation with Ab-Soul. Brown considered cutting "Way Up Here" from his sophomore album Old, but Danny knew Soulo had worked hard on his verse, so he decided to keep it on the album. Danny also revealed A$hton Matthews was cut from "Hella Hoes" as well.


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