Nell Feat. Denzel Curry
Earlier this summer, South Florida rapper Nell was released from jail, and the ULT crew celebrated accordingly with an outstanding Ronny J-produced posse cut called "ULTRA." Since then Nell has released a couple freestyles. This week, he released "Redemption," a formidable collaboration with Denzel Curry produced by FNZ and Rex Rogers.
Dressed 2 Kill
JK The Reaper Feat. Denzel Curry
JK the Reaper is best known for his affiliation with Denzel Curry (he appeared on 32 Zel / Planet Shrooms). He has developed a pretty significant SoundCloud presence (36k followers!).
$UICIDEBOY$ Feat. Denzel Curry
About five weeks after their RADICAL $UICIDE EP, New Orleans duo $UICIDEBOY$ is back with a bone-crushing new collaboration with Denzel Curry, who hails from South Florida, a region where the $UICIDEBOY$ have accrued a loyal following. On the new track, the Boys unite Curry's ULT brand with their own and come out with "ULTIMATE $UICIDE." The song is pure sonic murder.
Chill Bill (Remix)
Rob $tone Feat. D.R.A.M., Denzel Curry & Cousin Stizz
Somehow/surprisingly we've never featured San Diego native Rob $tone on the site before, but with a new remix that has a fire line-up of D.R.A.M., Denzel Curry and Cousin Stizz, there was no avoiding.
Denzel Curry Feat. Boogie & Allan Kingdom
Yesterday Denzel Curry announced a new tour, "Black Metal Terrorist" tour, where he'll be bringing along West Coast native Boogie for a 32-city jaunt across the United States and Canada (well, two Canada stops, but still). Following up the tour announcement, the ULT rapper and recently-crowned XXL Freshman drops off a collaboration with his touring partner Boogie and the vocal stylings of Allan Kingdom.
Denzel Curry Feat. Nell, Yung Kane, Slikk & Rell
It's been a big 2016 so far for Denzel Curry. The Carol City rapper released Imperial, one of the best projects of the year, and earned a spot in the XXL freshman class. Late Monday night, Curry celebrated America's independence by posting a new track to his SoundCloud called "ULTRA."
Shoot Da 3
Yung Simmie Feat. Denzel Curry
The steady grinding of Yung Simmie, a former member of the Raider Klan, is finally starting to pay off. He's officially one of the hottest talents in South Florida, though as far as Southern rappers go, he's still criminally underrated. That's likely to change if he keeps on dropping the type of heat heard on his new mixtape, It's Simmie Season, released earlier this week. One of the best tracks on the tape is "Shoot Da 3," a collab with another Dade County all-star in Denzel Curry, a member of this year's Freshman class.
Always With Me
Aaron Rose Feat. Denzel Curry
After teaming up with Domo Genesis last month for the track “Where Im From,” Pro Era’s A La $ole, who now goes by the alias Aaron Rose, decides to return today and share his latest offering called “Always With Me” featuring 2016 XXL Freshman artist Denzel Curry.
Yoshi Thompkins & Denzel Curry
Rap banger maestro Ronny J has collaborated extensively with Miami's rising star Denzel Curry. He has also collaborated quite a bit with another rising Miami rapper (and C9 member) named Yoshi Thompkins. The three of them unite on a new track called "Du Rags." This beat is relatively low key by Ronny J's standards, but still energetic to affect a frantic flow from Thompkins and Curry, who lament/celebrate their excess of waves, a double entendre that refers to their wave cap and the fact their poppin. Ironically, both rappers have way too much hair for a wave cap to do any good.
Denzel Curry Feat. Joey Bada$$
Denzel Curry released his sophomore album Imperial earlier today. In a word, it is EXPLOSIVE. Joining Curry on "Zenith", the album's penultimate track, is Joey Bada$$. The infectious refrain ("Catch me on a zenith") and psychedelic beat recall the ethos of Curry's 32 Zel / Planet Shrooms... surely he is by now well past Planet Shrooms on his cosmic voyage.
Denzel Curry Feat. Rick Ross
Denzel seems to have recently opened up to the possibility of a wider audience. While his music was once closed and insular, the Miami rapper has been ever-so-slightly making more approachable records, keeping the dark, aggressive feel he's made his name off of, while also embracing the hookier side of rap. On a new version of his recent record, "Knotty Head," which was premiered by Apple Music (another surprising move from the rapper), he's enlisted fellow Floridian, Rick Ross, who brings his versatile but decidedly less in-your-face delivery into Curry's world.
Denzel Curry spits gas on the regular, but his bars have been particularly flagrant since the top of the year.
We knew he’d be back. Denzel Curry wouldn’t just stand by and let SpaceGhostPurrp come at him with lines like “nigga teeth stay poking out like a belt buckle.” Now the ULT crew leader has a solo diss track of his own. Somehow, Sango ended up producing it, and the beat is fuego.
(RIP Yams) SPACEGHOSTPUSSY
Denzel Curry Feat. Lofty305, xxxtentacion & THESLUMPGOD
Denzel Curry put out a favorite last week when he dropped “Flying Nimbus” in conjunction with his tour date announcement. Now he’s on another track, leading a bunch of his fellow Florida heads heads. This one is a simultaneously a diss against Raider Klan founder SpaceGhostPurrp and a tribute record for A$AP Yams. Given Yams penchant for talking shit (and SGP’s beef with A$AP Mob), the odd paring works.
Denzel Curry Feat. Lofty305
Denzel Curry posted a new song “Flying Nimbus” this morning with a corresponding video, and it goes hard. The wild track gets an equally frenetic video, made up of footage from a Denzel Curry show that looks extremely live (there’s a mosh pit if you watch closely). The song features spacey keys, trappy snares, and rumbling bass throughout. Curry and featured rapper Lofty305 both spit copious bars.
Nyck Caution Feat. Dyemond Lewis & Denzel Curry
New Pro Era! Nyck Caution is kicking off 2016 for the NYC label, and he made a big statement today by dropping three surprise tracks. Those include a Metro Boomin-produced collab with his label boss, a freestyle, and this one -- a spacey piece of lyrical showmanship with fellow Pro Era up-and-comer Dyemond Lewis and the always intriguing Denzel Curry outta South Florida. "Nyctophilia" is straight underground heat.
Yesterday, talented Florida rapper Denzel Curry dropped off a brief freestyle called "2055 Freestyle," produced by Mr. Carmack, who is one of these versatile electronic producers like Kaytranada and Sango who are low-key slipping fire beats towards their favorite rappers. Here he layers some sort of tribal chant over trappy drums and counteracts the harshness with some smooth, ATCQ-style chords.
Lord Vader Kush II
Choosing a highlight from Denzel Curry's explosive new double EP 32 Zel / Planet Shrooms is a difficult task-- each track is a swirling psychedelic world of its own-- but we've settled on a pretty great one.
Captain Sea Fonk
Putting distortion on your vocals is always a risky move as a rapper, and on his latest track, Denzel Curry reminds us that he's not one for half measures. His latest, "Captain Sea Fonk," has him rapping his verses through a wall of scratchy static, and his hook through an even more impenetrable crackle.
Denzel Curry Feat. Nell & JK The Reaper
Since dropping his last project, Nostalgic 64, in 2013, Denzel Curry has given us a smattering of new tracks, each one seemingly more mind-boggling and impressive than the last. This will culminate on June 9th when he drops a new double EP entitled 32 Zel/Planet Shrooms. Today, he's given us the Nell and JK The Reaper-assisted "Bwoii."