Deniro Farrar gets personal.
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North Carolina rappers Deniro Farrar and Tang tap into a more vulnerable side in "Devils."
Winter, it's time for you to say your goodbyes already.
The Queen of the Trap's Austin adventures in pics.
Deniro kills two birds with one stone with the release of new visual.
Denzel and Deniro have some things to get off their chest if you don't mind.
"My enemies be on my d**k, they look like groupies to me" Gucci Mane doesn't need to say much to convey a whole lot.
The struggles and hardships that Deniro Farrar has witnessed are palpable in his rhymes, and "City On My Back" is no different.
With Ryan Hemsworth behind the boards and Deniro Farrar's intricate internal battles being complimented by a hook from JMSN, the sheer talent aboard "Separate" should draw folks in alone.
Deniro Farrar, director Anthony Supreme, and Mother Nature are responsible for some of the most aesthetically pleasing, brilliantly colored videos floating around cyberspace, including <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2012/04/new-music-deniro-farrar-x-flosstradamous-look-at-the-sky">"Look At The Sky"</a> and <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNZb8mBAtp4">"Just In Case The World Ends."</a> Fortunately, <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2013/06/deniro-farrar-the-reasons">"The Reasons"</a> is no different, as it features a contemplative Farrar wandering the rolling fields of North Carolina.
Deniro Farrar returns with his first official single off his new mixtape The Patriarch II.
There's nothing better than something unique and that's exactly why we like Ryan Hemsworth.
Deniro Farrar’s latest video “Good Girl” gets my vote for video of the year.
When your brain is being pulled in a million different directions, losing your bearings and going "Mindless" just happens - typically before even realizing you can't keep up.
The sound of Deniro Farrar’s self-described cult rap ranges from ethereal, to gothic, to stripped down and industrial, but the substance remains the same.
Draped in an American flag, Deniro is running for the length of the video presumably away from his own "Fears.
"Look At The Sky" practically commands you to tilt your head up, but the song isn't just about looking at the heavens above.
Despite the old adage, time flies whether you're having fun or not.