32 Zel/Planet Shrooms

32 Zel/Planet Shrooms is the debut double EP by American rapper Denzel Curry. It was released on June 9, 2015 by C9 Records.[1] The album features guest appearances from Mike Dece, Twelve'len, Big Rube, Nell, J.K. the Reaper, Leonardo Safari and Fortebowie. The album was supported by the two singles: "Ultimate" and "Ice Age" featuring Mike Dece.

On October 14, 2016, 32 Zel/Planet Shrooms along with Nostalgic 64 was removed from iTunes and streaming services and was later replaced by Denzel's second studio album Imperial. He states that they will return soon and will be remastered.[2] On September 22, 2017, a remastered version of 32 Zel with re-recorded vocals was released to iTunes and streaming services. Notable differences include "Ultimate" (feat. Juicy J) [Remix] and "Ice Age", which now lacks a Mike Dece feature, with whom Curry had a public falling out with.

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32 Zel
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."32 Ave Intro"
  • Poshstronaut
  • Rem[a]
2:23
2."Chief Forever"
  • Curry
  • Morin
Rem3:23
3."Envy Me"
  • Curry
  • Ronald Spencer, Jr.
  • L. Bernard-Adam
Ronny J4:32
4."Ultimate"
  • Curry
  • Spencer, Jr.
Ronny J3:14
5."Lord Vader Kush II"
  • Curry
  • Darian Garcia
Smoko Ono4:38
6."Ice Age" (featuring Mike Dece)
  • Curry
  • M. Decesare
  • Keenan Manresa
  • Isaiah Devoe
  • Lino Martinez
  • Nicholas Leone
4:25
7."Delusional Shone" (featuring Twelve'len)
  • Curry
  • L. Joseph
  • Chatman
  • Leone
  • Morin
  • Zach Fogarty
  • Nick Leon
  • Poshstronaut[a]
  • Rem[b]
5:20
Total length:27:55
Planet Shrooms
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
8."Past the Wudz Intro" (featuring Big Rube)
  • Curry
  • Morin
  • Chatman
  • Ruben Bailey
  • Brady Watt
  • Rem
  • Poshstronaut[a]
3:05
9."Underwater"
  • Curry
  • Christopher Valencia
  • Martinez
  • Watt
  • PXSH RAVEN
  • Martinez[b]
3:31
10."Captain Sea Fonk"
  • Curry
  • Valencia
  • Martinez
  • William Stewart
  • PXSH RAVEN
  • Martinez[b]
3:55
11."Bwoii" (featuring Nell and J.K. the Reaper)
  • Curry
  • Valencia
  • D. Butler
  • J. Kenan
  • Martinez
  • PXSH RAVEN
  • Martinez[b]
3:47
12."Planet Shrooms II" (featuring J.K. the Reaper)
  • Curry
  • Valencia
  • Chatman
  • Kenan
  • PXSH RAVEN
  • Poshstronaut[a]
3:37
13."Smoke 2049"
  • Curry
  • Valencia
  • Morin
  • PXSH RAVEN
  • Rem[b]
3:23
14."Void" (featuring Leonardo Safari and Fortebowie)
  • Curry
  • Valencia
  • Matthew Cummings
  • Martinez
  • T. Ford
  • Watt
  • M. Ayuk-Okata
  • PXSH RAVEN
  • Martinez[b]
4:53
Total length:54:06

Notes

  • ^[a] signifies a co-producer
  • ^[b] signifies an additional producer
  • "Delusional Shone" features background vocals by Vares of Twelve'len.
32 Zel/Planet Shrooms
32 Zel - Planet Shrooms
EP by
ReleasedJune 9, 2015
Recorded2014–15
Studio
Length54:06
Label
  • C9
Producer
  • Denzel Curry (exec.)
  • Mark M. Maturah (exec.)
  • Christopher "Freebase" Valencia (co-exec.)
  • Poshstronaut
  • Rem
  • Ronny J
  • Smoko Ono
  • Keenanza
  • Yung Icey
  • Lino Martinez
  • Nick Leon
  • PXSH RAVEN
Denzel Curry chronology
Nostalgic 64
(2013)
32 Zel/Planet Shrooms
(2015)
Imperial
(2016)
Remastered Cover (32 Zel)
32 Zel was re-released on September 22, 2017.
32 Zel was re-released on September 22, 2017.
Alternative cover

References

  1. ^ "32 Zel/Planet Shrooms by Denzel Curry on Apple Music". Retrieved March 26, 2016.
  2. ^ "Tweet from RavenxMiyagi on Twitter". Retrieved October 20, 2016.
  3. ^ "Ultimate by Denzel Curry on Apple Music". Retrieved March 26, 2016.
  4. ^ https://genius.com/Denzel-curry-ice-age-lyrics
  5. ^ "32 Zel by Denzel Curry on Apple Music". Apple Music. Retrieved October 1, 2017.

External links

Big Rube

Big Rube (born Ruben Bailey in 1971, Atlanta, Georgia) is an American rapper, spoken word artist, and hip-hop producer. He is a first-generation member of the Dungeon Family and of Society of Soul. He is known for his spoken word intros and interludes on many albums by fellow members and affiliates of the Dungeon Family, including Bubba Sparxxx, Goodie Mob, Killer Mike, Future, OutKast, and Witchdoctor. He has also contributed his spoken word poetry to Russell Simmons' Def Poetry Jam and the motion picture ATL. He appears on the Outkast songs "13th Floor/Growing Old" and "Liberation" as well as the Cee-Lo song “Scrap Metal”.

In 1996, he appeared on the Red Hot Organization's compilation CD, America is Dying Slowly, alongside Biz Markie, Coolio, and Fat Joe, among many other prominent hip hop artists. The CD, meant to raise awareness of the AIDS epidemic among African American men, was heralded as "a masterpiece" by The Source magazine.

In later years, Big Rube has made a couple of appearances on recent albums by members of the Dungeon Family. He appeared on the song "General Patton" on Big Boi's 2010 solo debut Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty and on the intro track "The Future Is Now" on Future's debut Pluto. Rube also appeared on the 2013 reunion album from the Goodie Mob, Age Against the Machine.

On rare occasions, Rube appears on non-Dungeon Family related projects. He has appeared on Lina's 2005 album The Inner Beauty Movement, on Rapsody's 2012 debut The Idea of Beautiful, on Denzel Curry's double EP 32 Zel / Planet Shrooms, and on two songs (“Establishing Shot” and “‘Til The Lights Go Out”) from Toronto rapper The Mighty Rhino's 2018 album We Will No Longer Retreat Into Darkness (this latter song also featuring Witchdoctor), as well as on albums by Truth Hurts, CunninLynguists, Jarren Benton, and Memphis rap group Eightball & MJG. Big Rube was featured on The Internet's record Hive Mind, with the track "It Gets Better (With Time)". Most recently, Big Rube appeared on Migos rapper Offset's 2019 solo album Father of 4 at the opening of the album's title track.

Denzel Curry

Denzel Rae Don Curry (born February 16, 1995) is an American rapper, singer and songwriter. Raised in Carol City, Florida, Curry started rapping while in sixth grade and began working on his first mixtape in 2011, when he was attending school. Influenced by underground Florida rapper SpaceGhostPurrp, the mixtape was later featured on Purrp's social media, giving Curry local attention and resulting in Curry joining Purrp's hip-hop collective, Raider Klan.

Curry left Raider Klan in 2013, releasing his debut full-length album a year later while still in high school, titled Nostalgic 64 on September 3, 2013. He has gone on to release two more projects, Imperial on March 9, 2016, and Ta13oo on July 27, 2018, which debuted at number 28 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Denzel Curry discography

The discography of Denzel Curry, an American rapper, consists of three studio albums, six mixtapes, two extended plays and 21 singles (including nine singles as a featured artist).

Imperial (Denzel Curry album)

Imperial is the second studio album by American rapper Denzel Curry. It was released and made available for free download and streaming on SoundCloud on March 9, 2016, then re-released later on Spotify as the deluxe version on October 14, 2016. The album features guest appearances from Rick Ross, Joey Bada$$, Twelve'len and Nell. The album was supported by the single: "Knotty Head" featuring Rick Ross.

Nostalgic 64

Nostalgic 64 is the debut studio album by American rapper Denzel Curry. It was released on September 3, 2013.

Ronny J production discography

The following list is a discography of production by Ronny J, an American hip hop record producer from Miami, Florida. It includes a list of songs produced, co-produced and remixed by year, artist, album and title.

Remastered Version[5]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."32 Ave Intro"FNZ1:54
2."Chief Forever"
  • Curry
  • Morin
Rem3:18
3."Envy Me"
  • Curry
  • Spencer, Jr.
Ronny J4:30
4."Ultimate (Remix)" (featuring Juicy J)
Ronny J4:17
5."Lord Vader Kush II"
  • Curry
  • Garcia
Smoko Ono4:33
6."Ice Age"
  • Curry
  • Manresa
  • Devoe
  • Martinez
  • Leone
  • Keenanza
  • Yung Icey
2:51
7."Delusional Shone" (featuring Twelve'len)
  • Nick Leon
  • Poshstronaut
3:35
Total length:24:58

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