Denzel Curry says his album won't be coming out this month.
Denzel Curry's had a major year through 2017. The rapper made the waves that he needed to take his career to another level. In June, he dropped the short EP 13 for fans to hold them over until he released his third studio album Taboo. While many assumed it would've been delivered this year, it hasn't dropped yet and unfortunately, it doesn't look like fans will be receiving it before the end of the year.
Denzel Curry took to Twitter today to confirm that his forthcoming project will not be dropping this month, contrary to beliefs. The Carol City rapper explained that he won't be dropping the project this month, nor did he really give a definitive time span for when it will be dropping.
"Update taboo is not dropping this month," he wrote, "You can’t rush art if I give y’all it when it’s not perfect y’all be quick to call it trash so wait."
Throughout the past month, he's been telling his fans that "U" SZN was approaching. The several messages he's delivered for fans had their expectations raised for new music from Curry.
"And I said U SZN is Approaching I never said it was here... You’ll know when it’s coming," he wrote.
Denzel's been teasing music off the project since this summer. In August, he dropped his single, "Skywalker," and back in November, he teased his Ski Mask The Slump God collaboration, "Sumo."
Aside from this, Denzel's also revealed that he's making a comic book titled, "Black Metal Terrorist."
Check his tweets below: