Deniro Farrar "Classic Mouth" Video
On his new song "Classic Mouth" Deniro Farrar's voice brims with indignation at the never-ending stream of police officers shooting unarmed black men. Farrar's fury is breathtaking, as is the music video, which follows a cop who chases him through an empty train yard with foul intentions.
Deniro Farrar "Impractical" Video
Revisiting his latest album The Mind Of A Gemini, Deniro Farrar decides to come through today and share the official video for his track “Impractical.” Directed by James Rico, here’s what Deniro had to say about the record/video with its premiere via XXL:
Deniro Farrar "Consistently Inconsistent" Video
Taking it back to his Mind Of Gemini project, Deniro Farrar decides to come through today and share the official video for his Spano-produced cut “Consistently Inconsistent.”
WELL$ Feat. Deniro Farrar "98 Juvie (Remix)" Video
WELL$ Feat. Deniro Farrar
Charlotte, NC is a booming town in the South that's known for its football team, its powerful banking sector, and its polished downtown. What doesn't get much exposure are the outskirts of the city, where an exciting rap scene is currently brewing. Today, two of the young leaders of that scene, Well$ and Deniro Farrar, have teamed up for a new video that explores the grittier (and much more stimulating) side of the Carolina metropolis. The video comes to the brand new remix of "98 Juvie," one of Well$' biggest tracks, released in September 2014.
Deniro Farrar Feat. JMSN "Separate" Video
Deniro Farrar Feat. JMSN
Charlotte, NC "cult rap" emcee Deniro Farrar hasn't released much new music since his June EP Cliff of Death 2, and now, strangely enough, he has shared a new video to a song that he dropped over two and a half years ago. "Separate," Farrar's Ryan Hemsworth-produced collab with Michigan R&B singer JMSN, appeared on his 2013 mixtape The Patriarch II.
Deniro Farrar "Same Ol'/So Long" Video
Where has Deniro Farrar been? Feels like I haven't seen his name around these parts as much as I used too. And by "these parts" I mean the internet. Wherever he's been hiding, he comes out today to release a visual for two songs that appeared on his June album Cliff Of Death 2. "Same Ol'" almost acts like an answer to my question, with Deniro rapping, "I be with the same ol' clique, same ol' bitch.."
Deniro Farrar "Tired" Video
Thus far, Deniro Farrar's made some seriously dark videos for his Rebirth tracks, and the latest, "Tired," follows suit. A press release says this one takes place in "a dark idea of a world were your past events and formal lifestyle collide together to create the final minutes of your life." Sheesh.
Deniro Farrar "Burning Bills" Video
Deniro Farrar isn't one to shy away from intense themes in his music, as he usually opts to spit real life tales devoid of happy endings, and that mentality carries through to his videos. His latest one, for the Lunice produced "Burning Bills," shows him being chased through the woods by Klu Klux Klansmen.
Duru Tha King Feat. Deniro Farrar "Set" Video
Duru Tha King Feat. Deniro Farrar
Longtime friends DuRu Tha King and Deniro Farrar have paired up for a number of heaters in the past, and their latest, "Set" is no exception. The two Charlotte, NC natives post up outside an apartment complex for the majority of the video, with DuRu spitting over a delicate piano line for the verses, while Farrar delivers a hook over a busier sonic backdrop. Amid these buzzing syths and yawning vocal samples, Farrar's deep voice finds a nice pocket, which he continues to exploit for his verse, the last on the track. NC is lucky to have these two MCs repping it.
Duru Tha King Feat. Deniro Farrar "Torn Love" Video
Duru Tha King Feat. Deniro Farrar
Deniro Farrar has grown a lot over the past few years, and with his growth in the rap game he's brought up alongside him Duru Tha King. The two North Carolina natives connect for a music video for "Torn Love," as Duru continues to rep his hometown, albeit reinvented slightly, with his #NewCharlotte movement. The song has the same sensibilities as the bulk of Deniro and Duru's music- it's dark, haunting and slightly lonely. Watch the new music video above, directed by nthony Supreme & Ryan Summerfield.
Deniro Farrar Breaks Down "Cult Rap" And His "Left-Field" Status
While rolling through NYC for a CMJ show with tourmate Denzel Curry, North Carolina's Deniro Farrar stopped by our offices for an interview. The self-proclaimed "Leader of Cult Rap" broke down various aspects of his movement for us, detailed his tracks with Ryan Hemsworth and Gucci Mane, and explained why he was such respect for (and a desire to work with) Noah "40" Shebib.
Duru Tha King Feat. Deniro Farrar, YB & BankRoll Bird "New Charlotte" Video
Duru Tha King Feat. Deniro Farrar, YB & BankRoll Bird
Duru Tha King and Deniro Farrar are two artists at the forefront of a movement often called "cult rap" that comes from North Carolina (one of our favorite states for underground hip-hop). Now that duo, along with hometown pals YB and BankRoll Bird, have borrowed a phrase from Jermaine Dupri's recent, scene-affirming track "New Atlanta," titling their new video "New Charlotte."
Deniro Farrar "Notice" Video
The deep-voiced Charlotte, NC native, Deniro Farrar, returns to his recent Rebirth EP today for "Notice" visuals. Deniro Farrar keeps his an eye on a single mother with two kids through out the video, whether she's picking up something from the store in yoga pants or driving her kids around, he's noticing her grind and big upping it. You can grab Rebirth on iTunes if you haven't yet, or stream it for free right here.
Duru Tha King "Planet High" Video (Prod. By Chase Davis)
Duru Tha King
HNHH brings you the premiere of the new visual for Charlotte, North Carolina emcee Duru Tha King's recent "Planet High" single, directed by Anthony Supreme and produced by Red Audio (the track itself was produced by Chase Davis).
Deniro Farrar Discusses Fatherhood And Mainstream Rap Music
This is the fourth and final instalment in Deniro Farrar's Cult Rap profile series with Noisey, in which he discusses fatherhood (he has two young sons) and differentiates his movement from the mainstream.
Deniro Farrar Explains The Uplifting Nature Of Cult Rap
This is the third instalment in Deniro Farrar's ongoing Cult Rap profile series with Noisey, in which he explains the nature of his burgeoning movement. "Cult Rap is a genre of music that connects with the listener through social commentary," he says. "[It's] used to uplift people going through hard times ... letting people know that I see what they go through."
Tang Feat. Deniro Farrar "Devils" Video
Tang Feat. Deniro Farrar
"Devils" is a new single/visual from Charlotte, North Carolina prospect Tang, featuring Cult Rap frontman Deniro Farrar, who also directed the piece with produced assistance from Red Audio. It finds them tapping "into a more vulnerable side ... in between the usual trappings of, well, trapping and hoes ... a brief respite from the usual." It depicts two environments that likely inspired the track. Can you relate?
Deniro Farrar Feat. Denzel Curry "Bow Down" Video
Deniro Farrar Feat. Denzel Curry
Last year, Carol City, Florida's Denzel Curry and Charlottle, North Carolina's Deniro Farrar met during a Boiler Room session at the 2013 CMJ music festival in NYC, and they immediately found common ground. "Bow Down" was the result, an ominous banger produced by D.K.A.D.
#CultChronicles: Deniro Farrar SXSW Vlog Video
The latest instalment in Deniro Farrar's ongoing #CultChronicles vlog series finds him in Austin, Texas for the South By Southwest music festival, which took place from March 7th-16th. The new Vice / Warner Bros. signee performed at multiple events, was pulled onstage by collaborators Denzel Curry and Lunice and encountered many of his fellow artists for the first time.
Deniro Farrar "XXL Freshman Class Of 2014 Pitch" Video
It's that time of year again, folks. The decision-making process for the XXL Freshman Class Of 2014 has begun, and many talented young lords are vying for the coveted look.