Danny Brown Releases His Previously Shelved 'Live at the Majestic' Apple Music Documentary

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Danny Brown performs during the Austin City Limits Music Festival at Zilker Park on Oct. 8, 2017 in Austin, Texas.

Back in 2017, Danny Brown was slated to release his Live at the Majestic documentary through Apple Music, but the streaming service shelved the project for unknown reasons and Brown didn't offer up much of an explanation as to why it was gone. Nearly a year later, as pointed out by The Fader, the Detroit rapper has taken matters into his own hands and released Live at the Majestic on his official website.

Fans can stream LATM for 90 days for just $2.99 or download a digital copy for $6.99. The Andrew Cohn-directed film chronicles the 37-year-old's life in the days leading up to creating his acclaimed Atrocity Exhibition 2016 album. Viewers will also be treated to a behind-the-scenes look to his performance at Detroit's storied Majestic Theater venue. "I always wanted to be this rap star. I was just saying stuff that other people would like, I wasn't being Danny Brown," he admits during the flick's trailer.

Outside of releasing Live at the Majestic, Brown is gearing up to host his fifth annual Bruiser Thanksgiving event on Nov. 21, which will see performances inside Detroit's Masonic Temple Roller Rink from Valee, Danny Brown and the Bruiser Brigade, and JPEGMAFIA. A portion of ticket sales from the night will benefit the local youth arts enrichment program Inside Out Detroit.

Check out a trailer for Danny Brown: Live at the Majestic below.