From the Flying High 2 project, The Alchemist cuts loose a video for “Paint Different” featuring Curren$y. As always, Curren$y delivers with the bars and there some car talk littered throughout. But it’s also always good to hear our boy Al flexing his lyrical muscles.
When he’s not busy breathing new life into the career of Nasir Jones, Hit-Boy is busy making dope music for himself. Joined by Curren$y, Hit-Boy drops the third installment of the “Tony Fontana” series.
Curren$y and The Alchemist are prepping their newest dish to be dropped on our heads on February 18. Continuance is 13 tracks of the duo blessing us with dope beats and dope rhymes. Ahead of the drop, they release a video for “The Tonight Show” where you can find Curren$y spitting rhymes with dope whips. You know, the usual dopeness.
Curren$y’s musical output is hardly rivaled and the Jet Life emcee salutes So So Def’s Jermaine Dupri with his latest offering that borrows his namesake.
When it comes to output and quality, few match what Smoke DZA and Curren$y have accomplished over the years. So it only makes sense that they team up for a project of their own with Prestige Worldwide releasing on November 29. The tandem serve up a video for their first song from the project “3 Minute Manual.”
Curren$y and Statik Selektah seem determined to drop a video for every song on their collab project Gran Turismo. The duo strike again with the video for “Friend or Foe.”
Statik Selektah is never not working. With his collaborative project alongside Bun B still picking up steam, Statik connects with Curren$y and drops the Gran Turismo project. And with that comes the lead single “Theme Music” along with a set of visuals.
Curren$y is getting ready to drop yet another project titled Fire In The Clouds and cuts loose a video for “Targa.”
Curren$y is joined by Jadakiss for the remix to “Old Range” produced by Monsta Beats.
Curren$y and Harry Fraud recently dropped their project The Marina EP earlier this year and cut loose a video with Smoke DZA for “14 Packs.” The video feels like something out of a random action show with boat chases and fast cars.