Deniro Farrar Gets Real on “All Black”
Deniro Farrar keeps it real on "All Black," which is produced by Joe Hodges. The North Carolina native raps over an eerie dark beat with well composed trap drums about street life. "Chapo on deck I spray that/All the way down where you lay at/Pounds of the Cali just came in the mail/don't trust my plug, I don't weigh that," he raps in the hook
"This song breaks and goes against the rules when it comes to making a trap record, we did what we wanted to," Deniro explains. "'All Black' is a sophisticated street record far from your typical abc street rap. I can really rap and I showcase bars and diversity on this track. Joe really goes in with the beat with his mix of dark hard drums and upbeat trap sounds"
"All Black" is one of the installments on Deniro's up and coming project Guilty Until Proven Innocent, which is set to drop in the spring under Warner Brother Records. The young MC released his Cliff of Death II project last summer. His released the double video for the songs, "Same Ol'/ So Long" last October, which showed Farrar through a series of financial challenges
Farrar, spoke to us September of 2014 about his New Charlotte movement. "New Charlotte is a movement that I sparked in my city. It just to let people know a new rap scene has emerged onto the scene. I’m still a new artist but I’m the biggest thing to come from Charlotte, North Carolina so what I want to do is put the spotlight on us and show some kind of unity. I wanted to unify the rappers in the city. It’s about all of Charlotte. We go by new rules, everything is about talent it ain’t about being popular. Its shedding light on my city on everybody who has talent. We work. The song is still being tweeted out," he said. Bump the new song above and get groovy
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