IDK and Denzel Curry's long awaited collaboration has finally arrived, and it's fire. "No Wave" finds both lyricists going in over a piano-driven instrumental from Razjah, who takes his time in setting an uneasy mood. IDK kicks things off with a strong verse, spitting double time bars like "they used to make fun of him now they wanna be him, see I just be sonnin' em AM to PM, you didn't believe him and now you done changed a lil angel to demon."
Denzel comes through to finish it off, and by the end, the Aquarius Killa has worked himself into a frenzy; there are few who can blend raw energy and technical prowess as effortless as Denzel Curry. If you were feeling this, you're in luck - XXL spoke with IDK about his studio sessions with Curry, and it appears that "No Wave" was not the only track to emerge. "We just vibed together crazy!" says IDk. "It was random, but I felt like he fit the beat. We have like 4 or 5 more songs in the cut. Stay tuned!" We're okay with this.
Thurgood Marshall artist if you try to hit a fowl like Artemis, uh
For the new wave I started it like a du-rag when you open up a starter kit, uh
Same shit but a new fly, J-I
D, got a motherfuckin' K on the side
Jumped off now a n***a lay on the side
Yellow tape everybody pray on the side