'Bow Down' to Deniro Farrar and Denzel Curry at the White Rabbit




Deniro and Denzel from the "Bow Down" video

Over disjointed, purple-hazed beats, Deniro Farrar reps everyday style with style normally reserved for 36" chain rap. Based out of North Carolina, Farrar leads the self-described Cult Rap movement, which he explained to Complex as "speak[ing] to a listener's emotion, less to flamboyant activity and materialistic shit." After three Dat Piff-friendly mixtapes, Farrar signed to Vice Records for his 2013 release The Patriarch.

On the strength of his early mixtapes, 19-year-old Denzel Curry joined SpaceGhostPurpp's Raider Klan, an appropriate home for Curry's stoned Florida delivery. On "Bow Down," the pair takes on all-comers: "What's beef to a slaughterhouse?"

Deniro Farrar and Denzel Curry


8:30pm Fri, Sept 19

The White Rabbit

241o N St. Mary's

(210) 737-2221


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