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Denzel Curry unleashes rock-inspired single for Dark Nights: Death Metal

Denzel Curry teams up with PlayThatBoiZay on the raging Bad Luck for DC’s Dark Nights: Death Metal.

After wowing rock fans with his incredible Rage Against The Machine cover a couple of years back, rapper Denzel Curry is keeping things heavy on new single Bad Luck. 

The song is a collaboration with PlayThatBoiZay for the Dark Nights: Death Metal soundtrack, and was inspired by the idea to do a rock record” in the studio.

I was in the studio one day with Zay [PlayThatBoiZay] and Kwesi [Kwes Darko], and Zay had this idea to do a rock record,” explains Denzel. At first I wasn’t really with it, my fans been wanting me to try it for a while but I honestly don’t want to be looked at as the rock guy’ or be put in a box for my art, you know?

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I have this motto that I use in the studio, though, of shoot first, ask questions later’, so after a few convos we called up my homie Spencer from Trash Talk and made it happen. Some of you might love it and some might even hate it. For us, it was an experiment.”

The Dark Nights: Death Metal soundtrack will be released digitally on June 18, and physically on July 16, via Loma Vista Recordings. 

Listen to Bad Luck:

Posted on June 3rd 2021, 11:46a.m.
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