Deniro Farrar
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Deniro Farrar

Charlotte, North Carolina, United States

Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
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"Mixtape Review: Deniro Farrar - FEEL THIS"

It is only appropriate that it took me this long to write this review, for two reasons. One being the fact that Deniro and company took time off and on making sure this mixtape was near perfection before it was released. Then reason number two was the fact I kept listening to FEEL THIS over and over until I got the full effect of this mixtape. FEEL THIS is a 31 track mixtape that is simply everything you can ask for in the rap game. Deniro spits about everything and it ranges from personal issues, to club jams, to just straight music that will make you want to rowdy.

Deniro starts off letting you know who he is and that when you listen to FEEL THIS there is a difference between Deniro & Deniro Farrar, and you'll be able to distinguish the two. To tell you the truth, I can't tell the difference, but I can tell you that "both mother fuckers go hard." I do really enjoy the first song on the mixtape, "Blowing Off Steam" due to the fact it's the perfect song to start off the mixtape and it's a quick way to learn who Deniro Farrar is and what this man is about. FEEL THIS really hits you with lefts and right with a lot of different type of songs such as "They Don't Come" to "Fresha" and then "Heart Stopper" to "Ask Myself". Deniro says it best when he tells you "Don't keep me in one lane." and the tracks on FEEL THIS is a clear example why you shouldn't. Farrar is a very well talented and versitile rapper and this mixtape really solidifies that statement.

Songs like "Proppellers" and "Tell Me You Like Me" are totally different from one another, but both are equally fun and enjoyable to listen to. "Proppellers" is that jam you play if you want to get hyped and then "Tell Me You Like Me" is that song you wouldn't mind seeing some females dance to. The great thing with FEEL THIS is that I can play it while sitting on my ass playing video games, or when I have few heads over my Crack Shack and party to. Only thing that was hard for me when listening to this mixtape was catching the names of each song, I got so caught up in each song, I just totally forgot to even check - it's that good! FEEL THIS is a must download from the Relax & Take Notes collection.

FEEL THIS also features tracks with Black Flag memebers A.Moss, JJ Bass, Dow Jones as well as others such as Millio, King Carter, & Elevator J. I really enjoy the songs that feature Millio, he has that R.Kelly type voice and feel to him. I think that the R&B type style usually gets over looked because a lot of cats can't pull it off, however Millio did a good job woth ot amd had a good sound to him on his tracks.

This mixtape is a great listen just for the fact you can honestly listen to it front to back without changing to the next song. It's usually hard to even find a whole 12 track CD to do that with, but this 31 track mixtape was crafted perfectly in how the put the order of the tracks. I now understand why they took their time with the debut, I'm just glad the wait is finally over and I now have my copy to enjoy. The only thing standing in Deniros way is time, this dude is the real deal and only time well tell on how much bigger his name will be. Now watch the videos, click the to download and now get "White Boy Hammered" - FEEL THIS!
- Relax and Take Notes




Deniro Farrar grew up in Charlotte NC. Black Flag Records just released his first 31 track mixtape entitled “Feel This”. Over the past six months Deniro has opened up for Mike Posner, NAS and Damien Marley, Public Enemy, Wale, Chiddy Bang, and multiple stops with PAC DIV, he also toured on select dates for the Smokers Club Tour (Big K.R.I.T, Smoke DZA and Curren$y) as well Wiz Khalifa’s Wake in Bake Tour.