Curren$y continues his tradition of rapping over relaxed and hazy beats but this time puts more emphasis on his lavish lifestyle. After his busy 2020, the man deserves to stunt.
Curren$y aka the rap game’s most consistent rapper drops “Collection Agency.” This is his first project of 2021 and very well could be the first of many this year. On this latest project, Curren$y continues his tradition of rapping over relaxed and hazy beats but this time puts more emphasis on his lavish lifestyle. After his busy 2020, the man deserves to stunt.
Hailing from New Orleans, Curren$y is a music-making machine. Just last year, he dropped four full-length projects, multiple EPs, and multiple music videos. He started off the year with “The Tonite Show” which was entirely produced by DJ. Fresh and ended with the full-length Jet Life label compilation album “Welcome To Jet Life Recordings.” He also released The Outrunners EP, a collaboration with producer Harry Fraud, that received critical praise.
On the standout track Arrival, Spitta raps as relaxed as the Harry Fraud produced beat. Over a drowsy saxophone and a thumping kick and snare, Curren$y raps about his cult fans being the reason he sports a Rolex. He raps,
“Success is my cologne, my bio work is strong / Why majority slept, my cult following wrote its own / Supported all my efforts, now Rolexes on my arm / Chick-fil-A lemonade, light ice, I got a blizzard in my charm”
On the track Shout Out (feat. Larry June), produced by TraumaTone, Curren$y keeps it cool wherever he goes and uses the hook to shoutout all of the things in his life that keep him feeling like a boss.
“Shout out my watch, it’s real, shout out my bitch, she real / Shout out my hood, they real, shout out my label, it’s real”
Curren$y stays consistent while releasing high-quality music and “Collection Agency” is no exception. Check out the project below and stay connected to DaCultureReport for more independent hip hop.
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Grant Boyer is a hip hop head at heart from Chicago, IL. Some of his all-time favorite artists are J. Cole, Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, and Biggie. When he’s not writing, he’s playing his Nintendo Switch, watching Seinfeld reruns, and collecting vinyl and cool hip hop collectibles. The coolest hip hop collectible he owns is an original Jay-Z Dead Presidents cassette from 1995. He’s also wondering if anybody has a working cassette player he can borrow.