Denzel Curry Announces New Album, ‘Melt My Eyez See Your Future’
Artists and producers set to be featured on the project include J.I.D., T-Pain, 6LACK, Kenny Beats, and more.
Denzel Curry has announced his new album, Melt My Eyez See Your Future, in addition to releasing a teaser trailer.
The clip’s closing credits reveal a list of collaborators including J.I.D., Rico Nasty, T-Pain, slowthai, and 6LACK, with production from Kenny Beats, Thundercat, Boi-1da, JPEGMAFIA, Robert Glasper, and many more. Curry has yet to reveal a release date for the project.
Curry’s last solo album was 2019’s Zuu. He followed that release with a pair of Kenny Beats projects: 2020’s Unlocked, and a subsequent remix album, Unlocked 1.5.
Curry’s latest track was “Bad Luck [Feat. PlayThatBoiZay],” his contribution to the thrilling soundtrack Dark Nights: Death Metal. The track was the project’s fourth single ahead of the album release, which dropped on June 18 of 2021.
The track, like so much of Curry’s thrilling work, is brooding and intense, highlighting the MC’s unpredictable flow and penchant for mind-blowing rhymes. The former Raider Klan member has reached the upper echelon of rap stylists thanks to his unparalleled work ethic and creative POV towards bars and beats.
Alongside PlayThatBoiZay, Curry has contributed a thrilling moment on the soundtrack, following previous standout singles from participants such as Chelsea Wolfe and metal heroes Mastodon.
Along with being featured on the soundtrack, Denzel lends his voice talents to the character Darkside Batman for the animated showcase for the comic, “Sonic Metalverse.” Bates jokingly said that Curry probably knew more about the “Dark Nights” storyline than he did when he arrived at the studio.
To accompany DC’s Dark Nights: Death Metal comic series, executive producer/composer Tyler Bates (Guardians of the Galaxy, John Wick) has curated the Dark Nights: Death Metalsoundtrack. Directly inspired by the comic series’ storyline, the diverse soundtrack illuminates the darkest corners of each DC character’s psyche.
Dark Nights: Death Metal has manifested itself out of the page and into a short-form animated series. The project features an original score by Tyler Bates, with a voice cast that includes Andy Biersack, Chelsea Wolfe, David Hasselhoff, and Denzel Curry, among others.
Listen to the best of Denzel Curry on Apple Music and Spotify.