As the streaming game continues to evolve and develop, artists will continue to experiment with how they roll out their full-length projects. Some artists will explore going the G.O.O.D Music route of seven song projects. Other artists will explore going the Rae Sremmurd route and release triple albums. Denzel Curry is pushing the boundaries with his newest project, TA1300. The South Florida rapper is exploring the idea of releasing his newest album in three parts.
Denzel Curry’s newest project consists of what he calls “light”, “gray” and “dark” parts. The three-part project is supposed to be a representation of the last three years of the rapper’s life. Recently, Curry wrote a letter to himself about who he was when he began this journey in 2016. Curry writes, “The most important lesson I’ve learned in my career is deeper than rap. It’s always going to be deeper than rap. I’ve learned there’s a difference between friends and associates. I went from following people to being on my own. Once I was on my own, I watched people start liking me and I watched people stop liking me. Everything was supposed to happen. It was all supposed to reveal itself.”
On Wednesday, Denzel Curry released the “light” part which consisted of songs like “Taboo” and “Black Ballons” featuring Goldlink. Yesterday, Curry came back with the second act of his three-act saga. The second installment of his new album consisted five songs including “Clout Cobain” and “Sirens” featuring J.I.D. Today, we have received the third and final portion of Curry’s new album.