One of many brightest minds in hip-hop could quickly swerve into the digital music lane.
Denzel Curry despatched ripples over the weekend, taking to Twitter to disclose his curiosity in a musical pivot. After a fan requested him if there are any genres of music with which he needs to experiment “within the close to future,” Curry replied, “Digital.”
It did not take lengthy for a deluge of producers to chime in and shoot their shot with the prolific “Clout Cobain” rapper, like PEEKABOO, IMANU and dubstep icon Flux Pavilion. Famend bass music artist Eprom even slid into the thread with a customized beat.
Nonetheless, the one response Curry retweeted was from Ekali, with whom he collaborated on 2017’s “Babylon.” It is not but clear whether or not or not a follow-up is within the works.
EDM collaborations are few and much between for Curry, however he is actually no stranger to the house. He is launched music with a handful of distinguished artists, together with Flying Lotus (“Black Balloons Reprise“), influential lure producer and TNGHT member Lunice (“Distrust“), and home music stars Destructo (“Bandz“) and BIJOU (“FTP“).
Curry’s feedback arrive throughout an thrilling time for the collision course of hip-hop and digital music. Having launched two albums closely influenced by home music, Drake and Beyoncé are simply two of a laundry checklist of latest superstars to undertake the style over the course of the final 12 months.
After collaborating with Marshmello on the hit-making producer’s Grammy-nominated Shockwave LP, Megan Thee Stallion dabbled in dance music on her personal album, final summer time’s Traumazine. Then got here Frank Ocean, who launched an electronica-fueled episode of his “Homer Radio” present, and Akon, who revealed that his fifth studio album—tentatively titled Akonic—will incorporate EDM.
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