The title track for Charlie Heat's joint project with Denzel Curry has finally arrived. With "Aloha," the New Jersey producer gives his go-to rapper the odd assignment where bending out of character is not acceptable, but necessary.
For those who've heard the name "Charlie Heat" yet are drawing a blank, this isn't his first rodeo riding the Zeltron wave with Curry. Charlie Heat helped set the scene for Denzel's "Sumo" off the TA13OO project and inexplicably figured in the mix when Madonna was laying down her Rebel Heart project a few years ago, in a similar vein to Miley Cyrus' fleeting interest in hip-hop.
Charlie's relationship with the Florida emcee dates back several years on record. In November of last year, Denzel posted a glowing review of the producer's work via Twitter, setting the stage for joint success, sometime in the not so distant future.
Well, as of today, the not so distant is emergent, although their proto-project only bears 3 projected songs as of this writing. Normally I'd refrain from listening to Denzel Curry this early in the day, but on this occasion, "Aloha" is really what is needed to upend a potential stylistic stalemate in mainstream rap. To Charlie's credit, not every producer can risk venturing into Mariachi territory, and come out unscathed.
Women love me like Sosa
Holla at your girl like, "Aloha"
Throw that ass back, then bend over
Give a n***a brain like diploma
When a n***a hit call Jehova
All up in the throat like Ricola