Building off the momentum of his stirring "Clout Cobain" visual, Denzel Curry has returned to gift fans with a new banger titled "Black Balloons" featuring GoldLink and Twelve'len.

The Finatik N Zac & Mickey De Grand IV-produced record finds the Florida spitter delivering his deft wordplay over bouncy hi-hats and a groovy rhythm. While the single more or less conveys a euphoric vibe, Denzel's brooding lyricism isn't put on the back burner. "Sky is the limit, I could die in a minute/Got my mind in a skillet, suicide not the mission/See the vibe very timid, I'm timid and very sad/Translated my thoughts and feelings I pivot into the pad," he raps.

As for GoldLink, he effortlessly skates over the pop-like synths to offer up some of his blunt points of view. "Quickly they forget how you changed on these lies/You flashing on these lights and you savin’ these kids lives/And they hate you 'cause you're right, give me hell then, shit," he spits.

"Black Balloons" adds to the handful of songs set to be featured on Denzel's forthcoming album Ta13oo. The project is slated to be released in three parts: Act 1 on Weds., July 25, Act 2 on July 26 and Act 3 on July 27. The full album will include guest appearances from ZillaKami, Billie Eilish and 2018 XXL Freshman J.I.D. You can get your hands on the pre-order here.

Press play on Denzel Curry's newest effort "Black Balloons" below.

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