Since Curren$y is a man built around consistency, videos tend to just come natural mostly. “Audio Dope 4″ is structured like a lot of his other videos, but just in a different setting. Part of it is Las Vegas with some of that signature colorful lighting, another is being in his hotel hallway and the last appears on stage. These videos fit into the concept of the records because they’re just chill pieces of work to smoke to mostly, and, yet, still manages to capture the attention of folks that come for great lyrics. Directed by CJ Wallis. Previously: Video: Curren$y… continue reading
“I been walking around, smoking all day and nobody’s been fucking with me,” Curren$y said during his recent performance at Studio Seven. Of course Spitta would love the fact that weed is legal out here. As always, he’s on stage moving, puffing on weed and having fun as he runs through a vast catalog from both his insane amount of mixtapes to his few actual albums. Sermon’s Domain put together a small highlights video of the night. Previously: Mixtape: Curren$y & Young Roddy – Bales Follow @SermonsDomain
On Tuesday, Curren$y returns with Seattle at a different venue that usual. Studio Seven, located 110 S Horton Street, will be hosting the event that ENT Legends (tickets available via their site too) are putting on. It’s all ages, and Sermon’s Domain has a pair of tickets to give away. To win, all you need to do is email SermonsDomain@gmail.com with the answer to this question: what are two mixtapes that Spitta released in 2008 after leaving Young Money? Update: Contest over. Previously: Mixtape: Curren$y & Young Roddy – Bales Follow @SermonsDomain
Curren$y is going to take the MVP award for most consistency in 2013. It seems like every couple months, or less, we get a new EP, mixtape or collaborative project. Kicking off his next effort is Bales, an effort with Young Roddy. It’ll give more exposure to the already dope Jet Life member as well as satisfy the insatiable hunger of Spitta’s fan base. The production comes from Harry Fraud, Cardo, Sledgren, King Thelonious and more. Stream and download it below.
Curren$y has been teasing fans with this track for some time now but it’s finally here. Spitta and Harry Fraud connect on the the installment of “Audio Dope.” As always, the chemistry shown shifts into another good record. This is that classic Spitta we all know and love, roll one up to this. The re-release of New Jet City is coming soon. Previously: Juvenile Ft. Curren$y – Mo Money (Prod. By Mike Will Made It) count=”false”>Follow @UptownToney
Juvenile has kind of aligned himself with Curren$y as this is the second record the two have collaborated on. It wouldn’t be surprising if he joined the Jet Life team at some point. For now, the Mike Will Made It-produced “Mo Money” seems mostly like a throwaway beat from the Atlanta-based producer. The hook is simple and unmemorable too. Depending on your taste, Juve’s verse may or may not strike you as good. However, count on Spitta to deliver with ease. Previously: Juvenile Ft. Young Jeezy & Yo Gotti – Pay The Rent Follow @SermonsDomain