Doc Brown releases first music album | A tight 5: July 17

Doc Brown releases first music album

A tight 5: July 17

Doc Brown is to release his first comedy music album Empty Threats on August 15. It features songs such as My Proper Tea, Slang 101 and Everybody's Racist from his live set plus new songs In With A Bang and Gangsta In Ya Village. The comedy rapper previously released his show Unfamous on CD in 2012. He'll also be touring with his live show The Weird Way Round from September.

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Published: 17 Jul 2015

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