Denzel Curry Shuts Sh*t Down In "SUMO" Visuals

Mitch Findlay
December 03, 2018 15:02

Denzel Curry's intense live performance is the basis for "SUMO."

It's no surprise that a song mentioning both Sly Cooper and Rikishi is fitting of the visual treatment. Today, Denzel Curry has come through with another dose of visuals from his stellar TA13OO album, showcasing his live expertise in "SUMO." The rambunctious Charlie Heat produced single originally rounded out the album's "Light" section, signaling an aggressive shift in tone. The clip itself follows in the tradition of "CLOUT COBAIN," employing a black and white look throughout; the main difference here is the lack of a narrative concept, as Denzel has dug into the vaults to bring this one to life. 

Still, it's great to see Denzel's acclaimed live show brought to the forefront. The energy is nigh unparalleled, and while it's an entirely different experience from behind a computer screen, it remains a dope entry into Zeltron's world nevertheless. Check out TA13OO should you be lacking, and support Denzel's generation-leading movement now. 

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