Damon Campbell Interviews Denzel Curry
It's been a minute since Damon Campbell slid us a new interview, but the quirky host is back today with a new sit-down with Denzel Curry. The Miami native has been busy touring North America, as he promotes his new mixtape, Imperial, which might just be his best yet.
Denzel Curry "ULT" Video
Before heading out on his “2055: The ULT Experience” Tour with Allan Kingdom next week, Denzel Curry decides to come through ahead of time and share the first offering from his upcoming project Imperial. Released in visual form, here goes the Ronny J, Nick Leon & FNZ-produced cut “ULT.”
Dj E-Feezy Feat. Denzel Curry, Yung Simmie "Everywhere I Go" Video
Dj E-Feezy Feat. Denzel Curry & Yung Simmie
Back in September, DJ E-Feezy released a mixtape called The Wolf Of South Beach, which featured 22 tracks coming from Juicy J, Migos, Rich Homie Quan, Timbaland, Meek Mill, Ace Hood, and Lil Wayne. Also featured on that very tape was Denzel Curry & Yung Simmie, who contributed with the collaboration “Everywhere I Go,” which just saw its official video surface online today via WSHH.
On The Come Up: Denzel Curry
Denzel Curry, a native of Carol City, Miami, first found some notoriety as a member of SpaceGhostPurrp's Raider Klan. The buzz continued over as he distanced himself from Raider Klan, going on to tour with Joey Bada$$ and releasing projects like 32 Zel / Planet Shrooms (just this past summer).
Denzel Curry "6 Billion Dollar Nigga" Video
Released back in June, Denzel Curry's 32 Zel / Planet Shrooms is one of the most criminally underrated projects of the year. Trippy enough to make A.L.L.A. seem like a teen's first bong rip, the grimy, zooted out double EP saw the Floridian coming into his own after 2013's promising Nostalgia 64.
Denzel Curry Feat. Mike Dece "Ice Age" Video
Denzel Curry Feat. Mike Dece
We thought by this point, almost everything had been done in the music industry, but with 32 Zel / Planet Shrooms, Denzel Curry may very well be releasing the world's very first double EP. The latest release from the upcoming effort is called "Ice Age," and today we've been given the official video for the record.
Denzel Curry "Ultimate" (Preview)
Following last week’s “Envy Me” release, Denzel Curry decides to keep it moving and return with this long preview of his upcoming video for “Ultimate”.
DJ EFN Feat. Gunplay & Denzel Curry "Lane 2 Lane" Video
DJ EFN Feat. Gunplay & Denzel Curry
Just hours after hitting us with the audio, DJ EFN decides to follow up with the official music video for “Lane 2 Lane” featuring Gunplay and Denzel Curry.
Denzel Curry "Zone 3" Video
As anyone who Denzel Curry on his recent Fall tour knows, the dude is really coming into his own after leaving SpaceGhostPurrp's crew a couple of years ago. "Zone 3" is taken from his dope 2013 release Nostalgic 64, and today it gets a very timely video.
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.
Denzel Curry "Parents" (Prod. By REM) Video
"Parents" is the latest visual from emerging Carol City, Florida emcee / producer Denzel Curry, produced by REM and included on his debut album Nostalgic 64, released in late 2013 (hit the iTunes link below to cop it). Directed by C9 director Unkleluc, the video is the latest instalment in Complex TV's original "First Look" visual series. Denzel's currently working on a new double EP, and is set to join The Underachievers on their upcoming Eyes Of The World Tour. He'll also be performing at SXSW this year. Stay tuned. Experience Denzel Curry "Parents" (Prod.
Denzel Curry Performs @ CMJ's NYC Boiler Room Session
For those unfamiliar, Denzel Curry (aka Aquarius' Killa) is a rising emcee/producer from Carol City, Miami and a former member of the Raider Klan. On the evening of October 15th, he made his New York City debut during this CMJ Boiler Room session, joined by Julian Consuegra (Stray Rats), Curtis Williams (Two 9) and Lofty305 (Metro Zu). They performed a medley of cuts from his new Nostalgic 64 album, which you can cop by hitting the iTunes link to the right. It comes highly recommended.