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ATM Curly connects with The Kid Daytona and Brodie Fresh for “Rocky”

The drill-inspired cut sees production from Razy.

ATM Curly
ATM Curly
Video screenshot/CloudyRooms Visual

Earlier this month, rising talent ATM Curly liberated a new single titled “Rocky,” which features The Kid Daytona and Brodie Fresh and sees production from Razy — a beatsmith who has previously crafted dope cuts with the likes of Real Recognize Rio, Yhung T.O., Quando Rondo, Desiigner, and Drakeo The Ruler. The drill-inspired cut sees the artists flexing wealth, women, and success overall:

“Hold on, wait a minute... who the hell gon’ stop me, I just left for a minute, came back like Rocky, what’s the word, is you wit’ it? We can get the shit poppin’, she gon’ throw it, I’ma catch it, that’s a quarterback option, whoa, yea, when it’s green, let me know sumn’, I remember as a lil’ nigga, junkies on the corner tryna hold sumn’...”

Directed by CloudyRooms Visuals and LLL Mel, the accompanying clip for “Rocky” begins with the After The Millions rapper in a Bentley with his love interest and crew. He can then be seen riding around in a convertible with The Kid Daytona and vibing with his cohorts in an all-white room. Unfortunately, Brodie Fresh doesn’t make an appearance in the clip — shots of the aforementioned are interspersed throughout during his verse.

Back in 2019, ATM Curly dropped off two projects — the eight-track EP Official, which saw a single assist from Sidney Breedlove, and Gangsta Party (Hennessey and Backwoods), a joint effort alongside Y5 DP. Since then, the Virginia-to-Atlanta transplant has continued to release top quality singles and collaborations, including “Mary Jane,” “Good Mood,” “Uh Huh,” “Life,” “Menea” with Muchi Info, “UnBotherd,” “Popular,” and — this past February — “Pinky Promise” with S.H.E.E.S.H, Blac Chanel, and Woosie. Currently, he’s said to be working on a forthcoming EP alongside white-hot producer Trauma Tone.

Press play on ATM Curly & Co.’s “Rocky” video below.

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