Song of the Day: Threatz by Denzel Curry Featuring Yung Simmie & Robb Bank$

Name: Denzel Curry featuring Yung Simmie & Robb Bank$
Representing: Miami, Florida
Genre: Rap
For fans of: Chief Keef, Mobb Deep
Single from: “Nostalgic 64”
Produced by: Ronny J
Song of the Day: February 27, 2014
Label(s): L&E x C9

I was originally introduced to this song in a video mix and I was drawn in by the thuggish demeanors portrayed. Instantly, I thought the hook was very clever. Personally, I think “We don’t take kindly to threats” is some real, polite thug shit. It’s the type of warning I’d give to a perpetrator before throwing my hands. In addition, Denzel Curry comes off with ease and rides the beat like no other. Yung Simmie has a sharp, rapid-flow like a simmie-automatic, set to burst mode. Robb Bank$ has the trill slurred flow but reminds listeners not to get it twisted because it’s the “savage life nigga”.

Listen to the song below:

Words by Capital

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