Denzel Curry and Charlie Heat's new project "Aloha" arrives at the top of next month.
Denzel Curry's been one of the most promising rappers for the past five years, if not longer. After dropping several projects, he stamped his name in the rap game with the release of his third studio album, Ta13oo. Curry teased the project for a long time before actually dropping it in July. Ta13oo was his official follow-up to Imperial which he dropped in 2016, but it looks like we won't have to wait very long for a new project from Curry. The rapper took to social media to announce his upcoming joint project with Charlie Heat.
Denzel Curry and Charlie Heat will be dropping a new project titled, Aloha in the coming weeks. The two artists took to social media to share a short video that announced the project. The teaser features a clip of Heat, who's mixing the last song on the project, Facetiming Curry in the studio and urging the Florida rapper to show him what he's working on. The project is set to drop on February 1st so keep your eyes peeled for that.
Aside from his upcoming project with Heat, Curry revealed that he has a dubstep project in the works. He also revealed that he's working on some new music with the legendary country artist and stoner Willie Nelson. He hasn't revealed much information about either upcoming efforts, but hopefully, we'll hear it at some point this year.