Posts Tagged ‘Curren$y’


This is so dope. Harry Fraud provides a lush soul sample in the Camp Lo vein while Curren$y and Juvenile handle the rest.


Wiz Khalifa x Curren$y – “Change”

Posted: April 20, 2016 by Ismael AbduSalaam in Music News
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As 4/20 winds down, Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y give a quick PSA in staying ground in a world full of fickle changes. The chemistry between these two remains even in 2016.


As the world awaits a grand jury decision on Mike Brown’s killing in Ferguson, the Game brings together a formidable list of emcees to pay tribute to the fallen teenager. All proceeds from the single will be donated to the “Justice for Mike Brown” charity.


Last night, DJ Whoo Kid got his hands on this orchestral, true-crime themed track from Curren$y and Action Bronson. Even with mafia motif, Spitta still throws in his usual allusions to late 80s and 90s culture, such as mentioning the Battletoads as part of his coke distribution network. Bronson is much more straight-forward with his Mafia bars. Curren$y is currently working on his latest project, The Drive In Theatre.


Here’s some “audio dope” that’s ok to DOD on. In his latest video off the Young Roddy-collaboration mixtape Bales, Curren$y heads out to Reno for a show. Check out the nod to the movie Casino with the girl that ODs just like Sharon Stone’s character.

Curren$y – “Ox”

Posted: July 31, 2013 by Ismael AbduSalaam in Music News
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Curren$y is good for releasing random tracks out of nowhere, and last night on Twitter he blessed with this simple yet effective Cardo-produced track. Unlike a lot of recent Curren$y projects, the production is understated and allows Spitta’s voice more breathing room.



Curren$y is back today with his umpteenth release of the year. Entitled 3 Piece Set/ A Closed Session, the project features three songs produced by Thelonious Martin. Those who enjoy Spitta over jazz (70s funk and fusion-based) samples should enjoy the beats here. Although Curren$y’s voice and flow at times sounds stilted against the rhythms on “Get Out” and “Yella Cab,” it doesn’t detract enough to make the songs unbearable. Young Roddy is featured on the songs and they’re all short, keeping mostly a one verse a piece format.

Check the first track below. If you like what you here, feel free to download the entire project.