It’s April 20th, 2017, so it’s only right that Curren$y is back on the map for his new mixtape, The Fo 20 Massacre. The project is available on DatPiff. It’s only right. Smokers, rejoice. Curren$y is one of the most consistent emcees in the game, so it’s safe to say that you already know what . . .
The most prolific of them all, Curren$y, is back with a brand new mixtape called Andretti 10/30. The project includes guest features from Tiny C Style, Corner Boy P, Starlito, Cardo, 808 Mafia, Scotty ATL, and more. Stream Andretti 10/30 below. Andretti 10/30 Tracklist: 1. Picking Up Bags (Feat. Tiny C Style) [Prod. by Cardo] 2. . . .
Before Curren$y drops his 10/30 tape later today, he saw fit to revisit his Andretti 9/30 tape, dropping a video for the Cardo and Beat Butcha-produced “All On One Tape.” Watch “All On One Tape” below.
It’s been a busy 24 hours for Curren$y as he announced his next project and delivered two new records for us to digest. The project, is called 10/30, and is set to release on Sunday. Following that announcement came two new tracks, with “For Nothin” being followed by the Starlito-assisted “Told Me That.” Stream “For . . .
Everyone thought Curren$y‘s next project would be the third segment of his Weed & Instrumentals series, but much to our surprise the Jet Life rapper has delivered a project called Andretti 9/30. The project is eight tracks total, and includes features from Ty Dolla $ign and a few others. You can stream the tape below.
Jet Life general Curren$y is one of the hardest working artists in the game, and he keeps things moving with the release of a “Big Racks” remix. After already releasing countless mixtapes this year, he’s expected to release another one in the form of Weed & Instrumentals 3 very soon. To help keep the ball rolling, the . . .
Curren$y keeps things as laid back as ever on “Good Cop, Bad Ever,” but his subject matter is more ominous than usual as he details the peril of dealing with law enforcement while being a black man in America. It seems as though he’s searching for answers, just like the rest of us. Stream “Good . . .
Curren$y more than likely has a delivery window for food, water, swisher sweets, and other forms of sustenance in the back of his studio. I’m not sure if he ever actually leaves. The prolific veteran drops another loosie to remind us that he’s “Still At It.” As if we forgot. Stream “Still At It” below.
More dope for your ears to smoke. I doubt that Curren$y even knows what an off day is. The always prolific New Orleans veteran drops a new two-part video for “Enter” and “Kilo Jam.” It wouldn’t be a Curren$y video without some vintage drop tops, would it? This time around, he actually moonlights as a . . .
They both hail from New Orleans, but Curren$y and Juvenile have been building their respective successes in different ways for years. They reunite with their latest collaborative release, “I Can’t Go Back.” Featuring soulful Harry Fraud production, this new release finds both Louisiana legends trading introspective bars. Stream “I Can’t Go Back” below.
It’s been just over a week since Curren$y dropped his Bourbon Street Secrets project with Purps of 808 Mafia, but he’s back already with a dark new track called “Kilo Jam.” This cut has a much darker feel to it than a lot of Curren$y tracks, thanks in no small part to Young Starr‘s ominous . . .
Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa have been releasing music together for years, and they link up again for the mellow sounds of “Change.” Produced by Ricky P, this new release serves as the precursor to their expected #2009 project. Stream “Change” below.
Rick Ross has the first verse on Bourbon Street Secrets, but it’s definitely Curren$y‘s project. But, you already knew that. A 4/20 wouldn’t be complete without this. The six-track project is produced entirely by Purps of 808 Mafia. Stream Bourbon Streets Secrets in full below.
In two days, Curren$y will drop Bourbon Street Secrets with Purps of 808 Mafia. Today, the prolific New Orleans veteran has released another video for “Grand Theft Auto.” Look for Bourbon Strret Secrets to release on 4/20. Go figure. Watch the video for “Grand Theft Auto” below.
It’s only appropriate that Curren$y‘s video for “Smoking In The Rain” features him driving and smoking in a sports car during a rainy night. Originally featured on The Carrolton Heist, his collaborative project with The Alchemist, the song is as mellow as you’d expect. Watch the video for “Smoking In The Rain” below.