This week Spitta comes through with some new visuals for “Closing Date,” where he shows off some big boy toys in his garage and proves not all rappers need a Maybach or Benz to roll hard on these streets. Sometimes a classic car is enough to get the job done.

aking to Twitter, Spitta has sparked the rage of the Internets by commenting on the recent social media challenges, although it could be assumed the New Orleans rapper was just having a bit of a joke.

To use a trite, if regionally accurate, metaphor, New Orleans and its music scene is virtually a gumbo of styles that helped transform it into one of America’s greatest cultural hubs. Back in September, the New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation (NOTMC) worked with Spotify to release an innovative playlist that has been transformed into a […]


Get ready for a lyrical onslaught that’s become rare in the age of mumble rap and Hip-Pop as Curren$y, Trademark Da Skydiver & Young Roddy link up to drop bars like a clumsy Oompa Loompa in Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory.

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It feels kind of weird when a week goes by without a new video from Curren$y. Today one of the hardest working artists in the game comes back with a new visual to “She Don’t Stop.”

DJ Duffey might have made the rounds as a meme earlier this year, but she’s becoming well known for her other, ahem, talents as well. The turntable tease mad a name for herself as a former member of the Basketball Wives: LA cast and as Curren$y‘s DJ as well.

Curren$y Spitta is one of the most prolific MCs in the biz. For the video for “Vibrations,” off  The Carrollton Heist, he doubles up a downtown New Orleans food run with a new visual. 

Smoke DZA moved into the new year with steady output, and this continues with a visual for “Legends In The Making (Ashtray Pt. 2).” With Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa alongside, the Harlem native presents a cinematic tale.

Smoke DZA connects with two fellow marijuana enthusiasts in Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y on a track dedicated to their favorite pastime. Titled “Legends In the Making (Ashtray Pt. 2),” the trio remind listeners that they’re not to be trifled with.

UPDATE: “Mo Money” has been officially repackaged under Curren$y’s name and now features a verse from Jet Life’s Young Roddy. Hear both versions after the jump. Consider this a Cash Money reunion that almost could have been. Juvenile drops a new single called “Mo Money” featuring the hardest working Jet Life delegate in the game, […]

Thursday, August 23, Cash Money founders Bryan “Birdman” Williams and Ronald “Slim” Williams were honored with the Icon Award at the 2013 BMI R&B/Hip Hop Awards. Hip-Hop Wired caught up with notable Hip-Hop figures like Future, Hit-Boy, Curren$y, and more to see how the New Orleans-based moved influenced their careers.

It’s pretty much official, Curren$y Spitta has more videos than most struggle rappers have songs. The New Orleans rapper and his boy Wiz Khalifa drop a video for “Toast” off their collaborative Live In Concert EP.