Denzel Curry is doing some very interesting promo. Known as one of hip-hop’s most unique voices, he continues to push boundaries with his latest offering. Earlier this month, Curry released the Live At Electric Lady EP. It is recording of a live performance at the iconic New York studio established by Jimi Hendrix. The EP showcases cuts from his previous album. However, they are accompanied by a soulful jazz band that adds a new dimension to the tracks. Tracks like “Lonely Man,” “Troubles,” and the hit single “Walkin” highlight the electric, jazzy, and soulful elements. All of these things come together to make for a captivating listening experience.
Most notably, the EP includes a reimagined version of “Troubles” featuring T-Pain. On it, Denzel Curry adds a fresh verse to the upbeat track infused with soulful instrumentation and impressive bars. Additionally, Denzel delivers an amazing cover of Erykah Badu’s timeless classic “Didn’t Cha Know,” featuring Bilal. Now, Curry has stopped by The Eric Andre Show for some promotion, and it went just about as you might expect.
Denzel Curry Deals With The Madness Of Eric Andre
Earlier today, Denzel Curry posted a clip of his appearance on The Eric Andre Show. Andre is known for his zany antics and almost nonsensical, absurd form of comedy. It appears that Curry’s guest spot on the show will be no different. In the clip, which is linked above, the rapper tries to perform while having dental work done. Eric Andre watches on as he does so. Eventually, he asks Denzel Curry if he would like to ear some curry. Of course, he doesn’t really wait for an answer. He simply walks over and puts some in the rapper’s mouth.
Fans took to the comment section of the Instagram post to joke about the appearance. “Man here getting tortured ,” one said, followed by some laughing emojis. “Look at this man go, what can’t he do?” said another comment. It’s true that getting dental work done while eating curry and rapping at the same time must be pretty difficult. Other fans seemed very excited about Denzel Curry working with Eric Andre. “The best collab since peanut butter and jelly,” one said. One thing is for certain, the segment will be extremely entertaining. What do you think of the clip? Let us know in the comment section!