Deniro Farrar and Denzel Curry Details
Blueprint Live presents
Deniro Farrar and Denzel Curry
Deniro Farrar has collaborated with some of the most progressive young producers in music (i.e. Lunice, Ryan Hemsworth) and has been deemed The Leader of Cult Rap because of how he’s been able to grow his underground fan base in such a cult-like fashion. Inking a joint venture deal with Warner and Vice Records in late 2013, Deniro is dropped his first major label EP entitled Rebirth 5/20/2014.
Denzel Curry puts on an explosive, high-energy show. But as great as he is, the energy of his audience is what suggested he has a promising future: Almost immediately, they began to mosh in a way that felt as much punk rock as gangster rap.
Denzel Curry’s music, like that of many of the artists at work within his scene, is aggressive. But relative to most street rap, it’s tinted with innocence. In addition to the traces of Memphis that remain, he adopts the right-brained bohemian spirituality of early OutKast (see the Nostalgia 64 cover art) and the psychedelic stoner eccentricity of mid-’90s Redman although where Redman’s flow was elastic, Curry hammers his lines with Lord Infamous triplets.