Flatbush, Brooklyn up-and-comer Curly Castro has come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners his digital debut album, FIDEL.
A 13-track set which finds the artist exploring racial issues as he chronicles his growth from adolescence to adulthood, the LP comes on the heels of reader-approved lead single "Coal" and video single "They Call Me Castro." Joining Castro on the guest tip throughout FIDEL are Ari Lourdes, Has-Lo, Yung Yorrisey (of BLKHRTS) and Zilla Rocca. Production comes courtesy of Blueprint, Blurry Drones, DJ Xclusive, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Has-Lo, Nex Milen, Small Professor and Zilla Rocca.
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On Coal, the lead single off his Booth-hosted digital album Curly Castro took us all the way back to his school days to reflect on the psychological effects of coming up in a racially polarized environment. Stressful as they...
For youth of color growing up in a majority white society, life presents a constant dilemma: emulate the dominant culture and lose the respect of your homies, or keep it real and damage your chances of success beyond the...
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