While recently across the pond in the U.K., Denzel Curry stepped into the Link Up TV studios and spit some bars over fellow Florida native Kodak Black's "Zeze," which is produced by D.A. Doman.

Opening with, "First off, every rapper in the game garbage," Denzel sets an early tone. "No fraudulent, bitch — I'm the Green goblin!"

Throughout the two-minute freestyle Denzel shows off his lyrical prowess by switching up his flow from slow to fast and back again as he boasts about being on the top of his game.

It's been a good year for Denzel, who dropped his third studio album, TA13OO, over the summer. A remixed version of the album cut "Switch It Up" was later chosen as the lead song for the Miami Heat's intro video for the 2018-19 season. Recently, the rapper announced that he's got not one, but two projects in the works for 2019 — a dubstep album and a collaborative effort with country legend, Willie Nelson.

Watch Denzel Curry spit over the "Zeze" beat for his "Behind Barz" freestyle below.

See Behind-the-Scenes Photos of Denzel Curry at 2016 XXL Freshman Class Cover Shoot

More From XXL