Prior to the release of her fifth studio album Melt My Eyez See Your Future, Denzel Curry worked with T-Pain on her latest single “Troubles”.
Produced by Kenny Beats and DJ Khalil, the new song follows previously released images of “Zatoichi” and “Walkin“. All three tracks will appear in Melt My Eyez See Your Future.
This Friday, March 25, Denzel‘s new feature-length offering will feature guest stars 6lack, J.I.D, Slowthai, Rico Nasty, JPEGMAFIA, Thundercat, Robert Glasper and more.
Describing his upcoming LP in a recent press release, Denzel said, “I like traditional hip hop, I like drum and bass, I like trap, I like poetry, so a lot of that is going to be interwoven in this album including jazz and a lot of genres that I came up on as a kid and just being in my parents’ house. This album is made up of everything that I couldn’t give you on TA13OO or Imperial because I was going through depression anger issues.”
The release itself notes that “the end of 2021 marked the end of an era—the ending of Denzel’s characters and alter egos.”
In support of Melt My Eyez See Your Future, Denzel will also hit the road this spring for a world tour that kicks off April 1 in Denver, making stops in Los Angeles, New York, and Miami before heading overseas for performances in Europe and the United Kingdom this summer.
Watch the video for Denzel’s new single up top, and stream the track now on all major platforms.
T-Pain Explains Why He Wants People to Stop Celebrating Black History Month
When talking about African-American culture, the 37-year-old hip-hop star also weighs in on the rash of bomb threats from historically black colleges and universities.
T-Pain doesn‘t like the idea of celebrating Black History Month. In a new interview with TMZ, the “bartender” rapper urged people to stop glorifying African-American culture and explained why.
“Stop celebrating,” the 37-year-old hip-hop star said when he was at the Los Angeles International airport. “Although we celebrate Black History Month, I think we should just have history. They overshot it. We don‘t want our own s**t, you’re separating us again. We want to be part of history and not just one month of it. ”
“Like we want to be part of history, don’t celebrate one month for us,” the emcee, born Faheem Rasheed Najm, further elaborated. “I’d rather everybody stop celebrating that s**t and just let us be part of history and not just, ‘y’all get paid attention to on the shortest month of the year.’