Having already linked up on “Uh Huh,” “No Wave” and the A$AP Ferg-featuring “Kristi Yamagucci,” IDK and Denzel Curry form quite the tag team. With IDK’s new project IDK & Friends on the way, the Maryland and Florida natives join forces once again for “Once Upon a Time.” While their previous efforts were designed to bring the house down, this latest collaboration is strictly about the bars.

IDK & Friends drops this Friday (Nov. 9) and serves as the precursor to IDK’s upcoming debut album ISHEREAL. “These are raw and uncut idk thoughts,” he explains. “I’ve done a lot of features with my friends and I feel like it would be a shame to let that music go to waste.”

Stream after the jump…

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IDK & FRIENDS 🙂 11/9 💿 I’m currently working on my debut album #ISHEREAL. I call it my debut because its going to be my first STUDIO album while my other project were street albums and never in stores for physical sale with a “big” push. With all that being said, I don’t plan on releasing that until 2019, however I love my fans and supporters #HXLY and I love a lot of the music I’ve been sitting on/posting snippets of. The music you guys have been asking for, the music that was effortless for me to make. These are raw and uncut idk thoughts. I’ve done a lot of features with my friends and I feel like it would be a shame to let that music go to waste, so here it is. #IDKANDFRIENDS. This is in no way shape or form as deep as many of my previous projects as a whole, BUT I think each song is 🔥 and gets the point across in a short amount of time. I don’t want anyone to have any expectations for this project. I don’t want it to be mistaken for my debut album. I took the time to work on my hooks and keep a level of simplicity in each track, but at the same time still keep it clever as usual. I just want y’all to enjoy the crank and play the fuck out of it while we wait for me to complete #ISHEREAL. I can’t wait to share this with you guys – IDK 🖤

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