Denzel Curry


Denzel Curry Is Disappointed In Drake And Kanye West For Making ‘Subpar Work With The Resources They Have’

Back in mid-May, Denzel Curry stirred the pot by expressing his disappointment in Drake’s Certified Lover Boy and Kanye West’s Donda, tweeting, “Donda and CLB could’ve been better yall n****s rich and got the greatest musicians at your disposal.” Not only is Curry not backing down on that take, but in a new Spin interview, he actually doubled down by going into more detail about what he meant.
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Newly Announced: Denzel Curry, Judas Priest, Pusha T, Turnstile and More

Here, again, is every newly announced show for the week! Click through and start planning ahead. And as always, here's your obligatory COVID safety warning: Be sure to check with the venues before you make plans to head to any of these shows, as the virus is still circulating and safety measures vary from venue to venue.

Denzel Curry: Tiny Desk Concert

This year, NPR Music is celebrating Black Music Month with an array of brand new Tiny Desk concerts — both from home and from behind our beloved Desk. Together, these artists represent the past, present and future of Black music. This month of carefully curated shows is a celebration of Black artists expressing themselves in ways we've never seen before, and of the Tiny Desk's unique way of showcasing that talent.

Dot Da Genius – “Talk About Me” (Feat. Denzel Curry, Kid Cudi, & JID)

Producer Dot Da Genius has been working with Kid Cudi from the very beginning; he’s the guy who made the beat for Kudi’s breakout single “Day ‘N’ Nite” more than a decade ago. With his tracks for Cudi and for other artists like Lil Nas X, Travis Scott, and his ex-wife Jhené Aiko, Dot has built a real name for himself. On a new single, Dot steps into the lead-artist role, and he’s assembled a great cast of rappers.

Dot Da Genius Taps Kid Cudi, Denzel Curry And JID For The Dismissive “Talk About Me”

Dot Da Genius lays a heavy drum and synth canvas for Kid Cudi, Denzel Curry, and JID to do what they do best on “Talk About Me.” Curry makes a reference to Kids See Ghosts before Cudi enters with his signature hums and gets some bars off himself. JID takes the baton last and brings this rap relay race home with his usual shapeshifting flow switches. It makes sense that, as they say in the song’s hook, everybody on the block is talking about them. The three rap with conviction in this lyrical exhibition will soon receive a Cole Bennett and Lyrical Lemonade-directed visual.

Kid Cudi Announces Headlining Tour With Don Toliver, Denzel Curry and Others

Kid Cudi is linking up with Don Toliver and Denzel Curry, as Cudder is set to headline a tour that kicks off this summer. On Tuesday (June 21), Kid Cudi hit up Twitter to let his loyal fan base know that he and notable artists like Don Toliver, Denzel Curry, 070 Shake and Strick are gearing up to trot the globe. In a tweet that has since racked up over 20,000 likes and well over 6,000 retweets, Kid Cudi announced his To the Moon World Tour, which kicks off in Canada on Aug. 16. Tickets can be bought starting on Fri., June 24, here.

Kid Cudi Reveals “To The Moon” Tour with Don Toliver, Denzel Curry, 070 Shake

Kid Cudi is hitting the road this summer with his “To The Moon” tour. The 38 year-old rapper and actor shared the dates for his world tour that’ll kick off in Vancouver, BC on August 16 and will end in Milan, Italy on November 22. He’ll be joined by Don Toliver, Denzel Curry, 070 Shake and Strick, who will open for him on select dates.

Kid Cudi Bound for World Tour With Openers Including Denzel Curry and Don Toliver

Click here to read the full article. Kid Cudi will shadow the moon in its orbit around the globe with his newly announced “To the Moon 2022 World Tour.” The 27-city trek will take Cudi from North America to Asia and Europe, kicking off in Vancouver on Aug. 16 and closing with a show at the Fabrique in Milan on Nov. 22. “To the Moon” will first travel through North America, with stops at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles, Barclays Center in Brooklyn, American Airlines Center in Dallas and the United Center in Chicago. After the U.S. tour wraps up...

Kid Cudi Announces To the Moon World Tour f/ Don Toliver, Denzel Curry, 070 Shake, and Strick

Kid Cudi is hitting the road on a global headlining scale, giving fans in 27 different cities the chance to experience the Cudiverse in full effect. Announced Tuesday, Cudi’s headlining To the Moon World Tour begins in Vancouver in August and wraps in Milan in November. Support for all dates of the North American leg of the tour is provided by Don Toliver and Strick, while 070 Shake and Denzel Curry will also appear on select dates. For the international dates, per a press release, support is still to be announced.