The Best Denzel Curry Songs of All Time

Denzel Curry is a Florida rapper renowned for creating some of the finest hip-hop around. His sound incorporates headbanging middlebrow rap with elements of jazz, rock, R&B and beyond to create something truly unique.

His latest album, TA13OO, is an impressive 13-track journey that showcases his vast musical range. Here are five of its standout songs.

1. Melt My Eyez

Melt My Eyez, Denzel Curry’s fifth album and most mature work to date, is his most mature and reflective work yet. After exploring trap-infused hybrid sounds on Imperial and TA13OO, Curry takes on a more personal, existential path that’s been all too rare in hip hop.

Melt My Eyez offers an eclectic mix of producers to explore Curry’s many sides in a way that feels both new and familiar. It is testament to the Florida rapper’s capacity for innovation, showing off each project as it develops.

On this record, Curry switches up his signature hard-hitting trap 808s for a jazzier brand of nostalgia hip hop. The result is an energetic collection of tracks that take you on an inspiring journey through his mind.

The first half of the record opens with a somber and soulful tune entitled “Mental.” This track explores Curry’s past, lack of self-worth, and ability to rhyme. Not only does it showcase Curry’s ability to write lyrics, but also his versatility as a vocalist.

Following that, we have “X-Wing,” a more upbeat song that showcases his mix of melodic and aggressive elements. This track serves as a great example of his ability to blend genres and styles while still maintaining his trademark raspy flow.

On his album, Curry tackles some difficult subjects head-on, yet never feels too heavy or burdened by sentimentality. Instead, these songs remain authentic and relatable, allowing him to convey his message with power and authenticity.

If you haven’t yet explored Melt My Eyez, I urge you to do so immediately. You won’t regret it.

2. Walkin

Denzel Curry has been an established force in the hip hop world since he was in sixth grade. He’s part of C9 collective with rappers XXXTentacion and Ronny J, plus has collaborated with producer Mark Maturah through Loma Vista Recordings. Additionally, Denzel released several mixtapes and EPs such as 32 Zel/Planet Shrooms and Melt My Eyez See Your Future In 2022 along with several singles.

One song that stands out amongst the rest is Walkin, from Curry’s latest album featuring Cold Blooded Soul on vocals. With an infectious groove and impressive beat switch, this track has everything a rapper could wish for in a track. It’s one of Curry’s finest works and an example of his skill at writing and crafting a tune.

His production quality and ability to keep an audience engaged with his words is truly impressive. The song is an exquisite feat of lyric crafting, making it no surprise why it’s been labeled the best track on Melt My Eyez.

The song has an interesting origin story; it is believed to have been composed in the late 90s and inspired by a YouTube video. The clever title also illustrates how Curry used technology at that time to convey his message effectively. This serves as proof that modern music technologies can be utilized to enhance existing great work, something which should not be underestimated.

3. John Wayne

Wayne is an iconic American movie icon and beloved star, consistently topping Quigley Publications’ annual poll of box-office stars for 25 years. Unlike his contemporary Clint Eastwood who has never topped the poll, Wayne remains a perennial favorite with American audiences.

On May 26, 1907 in Winterset, Iowa, Marion Michael Morrison spent his early years on Fox’s lot and appeared in numerous bit roles before being recommended by Ford for Raoul Walsh’s 1930 western epic The Big Trail. Over four decades he would make over 250 films, earning an Oscar for his role as drunken federal marshal Rooster Cogburn in True Grit before succumbing to cancer in 1976.

Wayne became renowned for his conservative political views and patriotism. He was a founding member of the Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals, an organization dedicated to conserving American ideals. Additionally, Wayne directed and starred in movies that reflected these beliefs such as The Alamo and The Green Berets.

In a 2005 Gallup Poll, Americans named John Wayne the greatest movie star of all time – making him the only actor to hold that distinction since 1993 when polling began.

He has starred in over 250 films and earned himself a place of honor at the box-office throughout his career. Furthermore, he was an acclaimed TV personality, appearing on shows such as The Dean Martin Show and Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour.

He was an extraordinary actor, possessing both heroic and villainous roles. This skill made him a beloved film legend. Throughout his career he earned many awards and honors, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Furthermore, he was an active Freemason and member of York Rite Temple in Los Angeles.

4. X-Wing

Denzel Curry is currently touring the country to perform songs from his newest album, Melt My Eyez. A veteran musician and award-winning producer, Denzel has collaborated with artists like Kid Cudi and performed at some of America’s biggest music festivals such as Governor’s Ball and Bonnaroo.

X-Wing is a tabletop miniature war game set in the fictional Star Wars universe that involves tactical ship-to-ship dogfighting between various starfighter types. Designed by Jay Little and released by Fantasy Flight Games in 2012, X-Wing features ship-to-ship dogfighting between various starfighters.

The X-wing is a multirole fighter aircraft first featured in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope. Its introduction marked an important turning point in the Star Wars franchise, and ever since then X-wings have become iconic symbols of the series as a whole.

They’re much more versatile than TIE fighters, boasting more weaponry, shields, life support, and superior sensors. Furthermore, they move much faster, are better at maneuvering, and have stronger engines for increased acceleration.

Experience the thrill of space combat like never before in X-Wing Second Edition as you command an elite squadron of advanced starfighters in thrilling tactical space combat. This reimagined edition includes new ships, an improved turn structure, and a completely revamped battle system to make this version the best yet!

Though the gameplay remains similar to the original, this reimagined version makes it simpler for new players to learn and enjoy. Each ship has its own set of maneuver dials which you use to strategically position your crew members. The game begins by secretly selecting one of your ships’ maneuvers before beginning to move them around the battlefield.

With each maneuver, you earn points that can be used to purchase upgrades for your ship so it performs better in the next round.

5. Let It All Hang Out

Let It All Hang Out is an Italian/German film about a lazy artist surrounded by topless chicks. While it may be humorous, the film also provides insight into the sexual and absurd themes popular during counterculture at that time.

Memphis-based Hombres made their debut with this one-hit wonder single. While it had previously been released as The Daytonas and Bandits, Cunningham’s dry country twang voice had him sounding similar to Dylan on Subterranean Homesick Blues; making it one of the most memorable singles from this period – though unfortunately never released as an album.

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Written by Bonnie Wilks

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