The Denzel Curry Melt My Eyez Tour is coming to The Fillmore on June 24th in New Orleans! Grab your tickets here.
“This is my green lightsaber moment!” Denzel Curry references the iconic transformation of Luke Skywalker in Star Wars when describing his latest album, Melt My Eyez See Your Future. The sensational rapper is bringing his supporting tour for Melt My Eyez to The Fillmore in New Orleans on June 24th. Fans won’t want to miss Denzel Curry in New Orleans this month.
Curry’s newest album Melt My Eyez showcases a personal evolution for the 26-year-old. While he’s gained notoriety through high-energy rapping and trap-heavy beats, this new album changes things up for the artist. “(On Melt My Eyez) there are no tracks where I’m yelling,” he explains. “This time I’m speaking.”
Like many of us, the pandemic ripped Curry away from his fast-paced lifestyle. With no more distractions, the artist found it challenging to fully “sit with himself.” In isolation, he was forced to take a full-frontal look at problems he’d previously distracted himself from. On Melt My Eyez See Your Future, those problems are processed in brave, intimate detail.
“I’m articulating my emotions better than ever before,” Curry says. “It’s my best album, period.”
Fans may already be familiar with the album’s lead single, “Walkin.'” With a laid-back groove and an emphatic hook, “Walkin'” has Curry trudging forward with resolve through “this dirty filthy rotten nasty little world we call a home.” The record also gets an epic Sci-Fi Western music video. Directed by Adrian Villagomez, the video shows Curry trekking across a desert planet before a cinematic face-off with his antagonist, John Wayne.
Throughout the album, the hip-hop star slices through bars with dexterity and confidence. Critics are already calling Melt My Eyez a dazzling high point in Denzel Curry’s career.
Denzel Curry in New Orleans
Don’t miss Denzel Curry in New Orleans for the Melt My Eyez tour on Friday, June 24th at The Fillmore. Tickets are on sale now.
Doors: 7:00 PM | The Fillmore – New Orleans | Friday, June 24, 2022
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