The eclectic musician known as Danger Mouse (born Brian Burton) is an established producer and songwriter who is widely known for collaborative projects. Danger Mouse first came to prominence in 2004 with his mashup project The Grey Album, which combined vocals from Jay-Z’s Black Album and instrumentals from The Beatles The White Album. From there, he would go on to form Gnarls Barkley with CeeLo Green and release two albums: St. Elsewhere and The Odd Couple. Danger Mouse would also collaborate with rapper MF DOOM to release The Mouse and The Mask in 2005.
Danger Mouse has also worked with numerous acts such as Gorillaz, The Black Keys, Beck, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Norah Jones, A$AP Rocky, and Adele. He has won six Grammy awards, including one for Producer of the Year.