Frankly, I'm left a little scared after watching Danny Brown
and Jonah Hill's collaboration on Brown's single, "Ain't It Funny." The 80's horror aesthetic is twisted but it's also so
hard to look away from. And if you think this collaboration is random, think again. Hill is a notorious rap fan. Last month, he scrapped his SNL monologue to rap "Jumpman" with Future instead, so it's not really surprising to find him collaborating with Brown on his Atrocity Exhibition
This isn't a sitcom that would achieve re-run status. The rapper plays a depressed drug abusive uncle who is falling deeper into insanity. The typical 80's sitcom laughs at his addictions. Hill's direction probably ruined every show I watched as a child because his vision is that
disturbing, but with the blood-stained bed, the creepy kid, and the atrocious ending scene, the two creators definitely know how to get our attention. It will haunt you for the rest of the day after watching the video.