Denzel Curry – BLACK FLAG FREESTYLE ft. That Mexican OT –
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Denzel Curry – BLACK FLAG FREESTYLE ft. That Mexican OT

Denzel Curry – BLACK FLAG FREESTYLE ft. That Mexican OT

Denzel Curry’s latest track, “BLACK FLAG FREESTYLE,” featuring That Mexican OT, is a fiery glimpse into his upcoming project, “King Of The Mischievous South Vol. 2.” The track’s origin is as unique as its sound; Curry recorded the freestyle late one night in an Australian studio, draping a black bandana over the mic, giving the track its name. The Houston-inspired instrumental, crafted by producers 187 Ricky & Payday, perfectly complements the Bay City native, That Mexican OT.

The song debuted in a “From The Block” performance live from Houston’s legendary Screwed Up Records & Tapes store, founded by DJ Screw, a day before its official release. The global reach of Curry’s music continues to expand as “BLACK FLAG FREESTYLE” premiered on the UK’s Radio 1 New Music Show, crowned as Jack Saunders’ Hottest Record, accompanied by an interview with Denzel.

“King Of The Mischievous South Vol. 2” marks a return to the sound that launched Curry’s career. While the first volume was performed from his Raven Miyagi persona, Volume 2 sees Curry embodying Big Ultra, a braggadocious and elevated version of Raven Miyagi, celebrating his decade-long success. The track itself is a testament to Curry’s dynamic energy and lyrical prowess, with lines like, “Being broke my kryptonite, being rich my superpower,” showcasing his signature style and confidence.

BLACK FLAG FREESTYLE is more than just a song; it’s a statement of Curry’s relentless drive and artistic evolution.

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