Hailing from Florida and Virginia respectively, Denzel Curry and Lil Ugly Mane are a force to be reckoned with on their new collaborative record, “Zeltron 6 Billion.” The production by FNZ is as dark and gritty as you’d expect for a record that features these two. Stream “Zeltron 6 Billion” below.
Denzel Curry directs political charge on his latest offering The energetic and highly spirited Denzel Curry drops some hot fire on “Hate Government.” The minute and 45 second demo packs quite a punch as Curry spews his lyrical blast. Stream the FNZ-produced track below.
Twelve’Len, whose real name is Lavares Joseph, has another gem on his hands in the form of “Human Gods,” an emotive single featuring none other than Denzel Curry. Produced by Nick Leon and Telescope Thieves, it has an interesting blend of instrumentation that draws from a variety of different genres. Stream “Human Gods” below.
Carol City native Denzel Curry‘s “Goodnight” carries a somewhat different vibe than we’ve come to expect from the dynamic, aggressive spitter. He seeks to find the good in life on the NELL and Twelve’Len-featuring record. Denzel explained: “I just wanted to make a song to uplift the everyday people back home in my community,” Raven . . .
Michael Uzowuru and Jeff Kleinman got in the lab to create a more uptempo remix of Little Dragon’s spacey single, “High.” This one features guest appearances from Denzel Curry and Twelve’len. The two Floridian artists each make their mark in different ways. Little Dragon’s Season High album will available on April 14th, and can be . . .
Denzel Curry takes us back to his Imperial project with a brand new video for “This Life.” The video finds the Floridian rapper dealing with some relationship issues that begin to spin out of control. The story quickly unfolds as the video progresses. Watch the JMP-directed video for “This Life” below.
Daye Jack has a knack for including mellow melodies within his unique brand of hip-hop, but he chooses a slightly more aggressive delivery on “Raw.” The newly released remix includes guest features from DP and Denzel Curry. Spoiler: they both show up and show out. Daye told The FADER: “‘Raw’ is about being yourself to . . .
“Knotty Head” is arguably Denzel Curry‘s biggest commercial success to date, and the remix gets another boost with a newly released visual accompaniment. The remix, which features guest contributions from Rick Ross and AJ Tracey, is now backed by Watch the video for the “Knotty Head” remix below.
Los Angeles-based producer Promnite is gearing up to release a new project with Fool’s Gold Records, and “Gunsmoke” definitely serves to pique our interest for what’s to come. The track, which Promnite produced with a bit of help from Mr. Carmack, includes guest verses from Denzel Curry, Nell, J.K. The Reaper, and Twelve’len. Stream “Gunsmoke” . . .
Denzel Curry brings us back to his debut album, Imperial, with the premiere of a new video for “Zenith,” featuring Joey Bada$$. The black and white video features the two emcees trapped in a small space with other prisoners, who are clearly under some sort of influence. The things that they discover from that point . . .
San Diego’s very own Rob $tone pulls in three unique up and comers for his “Chill Bill” remix. Virginia crooner D.R.A.M., Florida native Denzel Curry, and Boston standout Cousin Stizz each contribute their respective skillsets and personalities to the new version. Rob starts the song before passing the mic around the table. Stream the “Chill Bill” remix . . .
Denzel Curry, Boogie, and Allan Kingdom are three rising stars from different segments of the hip-hop spectrum, but they find synergy on their collaborative new release, “Today.” Allan crafts the hook, while Denzel and Boogie lay down verses that highlight the carefree lifestyle that so many of us want to live. Stream “Today” below, and . . .
He’s already released tracks such as “Ultimate” and “ULT,” and today Florida native Denzel Curry completes the circle with the release of “Ultra.” The 2016 XXL Freshman is as aggressive and emphatic as ever on the Ronny J-produced banger. If you need something to wake you up this morning, this might be the wave. Stream “Ultra” . . .
Denzel Curry spazzed again. But, you already knew that. The self-proclaimed “torturer out of South Florida” has one of the most aggressive, rapidfire flows in the game and he makes sure that you feel every single word on his ten-track new album, Imperial. This project has a greater degree of introspection, as well. Denzel comes from an . . .
There’s something undeniably exhilarating about Denzel Curry songs. He spits with reckless abandon. He has no filter and holds nothing back at all times. We can hear this on his latest release, “Knotty Head.” The woozy, wandering track features warbling production courtesy of FNZ and Ronny J. The Florida native makes it clear that he’s . . .