The Pyrvmids Talks Miami Rap and KYRO (Kill Young, Rest Old)

Now better known as The Pyrvmids, 22-year-old producer Brandon Wilson has become one of the main sonic architects for Miami rappers and singers such as Denzel Curry, J. Nics, Bizzy Crook, and Sahri.

Last year, the hype surrounding Wilson jumped up another few notches with the release of KYRO (Kill Young, Rest Old), a project born out of a failed relationship and assisted by a talented cast.

On this particular day, his manager, Zack Mars, has entered the room to follow up on material that needs to be sent out. Meanwhile, his business partner and engineer, JP, plays Denzel Curry's unreleased "Stadium Starship."

See also: Denzel Curry on SpaceGhostPurrp and Raider Klan: "He Didn't Kick Me Out; I Chose to Leave"

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Lee Castro