Curry releases his first mixtape King Remembered Underground Tape 1991–1995. SpaceGhostPurrp discovers Curry and begins promoting his project. To help jump-start his career and continue his growth as an artist, Curry joins SpaceGhostPurrp’s rap collective Raider Klan.
He releases two more mixtapes. The first, King of the Mischievous South Vol. 1 Underground Tape 1996 gets the attention of Odd Future. His second mixtape release that year, Strictly for My R.V.I.D.X.R.S, came after the death of Trayvon Martin, who grew up in Curry’s hometown of Carol City and attended the same high school.
Raider Klan is disbanded, leaving Curry to embark on his own solo career. He releases his first full-length studio album Nostalgic 64.
Curry’s brother passes away from injuries after being tasered and pepper sprayed by police.
Curry releases a double EP called 32 Zel/Planet Shrooms.
His second full-length album Imperial drops, and Curry graces the cover of XXL’s 2016 Freshman Class magazine issue.
Curry releases an EP called 13 after uploading a series of demos on SoundCloud. Begins working on his third studio album Ta13oo.
Curry releases his third full-length studio album Ta13oo, which is his first project to chart on the Billboard 200. The album originally drops in consecutive three acts between July 25 and July 27, with the entire project coming together in totality on July 27.
Curry releases ZUU to widespread critical acclaim.