Curren$y has been a staple in hip hop for a long time. He’s put out more music than your favorite rapper and he’s probably been relevant for longer than your favorite rapper, save for Nas, Hov and a handful of others (you get the point). The folks over at Off-Kilter put together a nice mix of Spitta’s greatest hits and Smooth Waves’ very own DJ Uncle Erik did the mixing, check it out below. Jet Life till the next life.
Off of one of Spitta’s most recent tapes Weed & Instrumentals, “Grand Theft Auto” gains the visual treat including some fly whips, lots of weed and some bad women. Curren$y always stays on his grind and it seems like the man never sleeps. Good for us though. Check out the video for “Grand Theft Auto” below and go download Weed & Instrumentals if you haven’t done so already.
Curren$y must not sleep. Even though Spitta released his album, Canal Street Confidential, just over a month ago, it doesn’t stop the New Orleans rapper from releasing more music in the form of The Owner’s ManuelEP. Let these six smooth records fill your eardrums with heat. Curren$y never disappoints as this is another perfect collection of songs to cruise too. Turn the volume up and press play below.
Curren$y is basically just the hip hop gift that keeps giving. This man is always on his grind even after dropping 4 mixtapes/EPs and a 2 studio albums this year. “Somebody’s Watching Me” sounds like a b-side cut off of his most recent album Canal Street Confidential. The sample is really dope and Spitta always has bars. Stream the track below and make sure to go cop Canal Street Confidential online or in stores today.
Wiz just dropped off the third installment of his Cabin Fever mixtape series earlier today. Cabin Fever 3 spans 11 tracks and feaures Juicy J, Curren$y, Chevy Woods and more. You can download or stream the tape below. Enjoy.