The Hip-Hop world lost one of its most talented acts in Mac Miller last year, and the void left by the Pittsburgh artist has been massive. Jet Life Creative Director CJ Wallis announced he was putting together footage for an upcoming documentary to honor the life of the late rapper.
Get ready for a lyrical onslaught that’s become rare in the age of mumble rap and Hip-Pop as Curren$y, Trademark Da Skydiver & Young Roddy link up to drop bars like a clumsy Oompa Loompa in Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory.
Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y have a collaborative project in the stash titled #2009. Let’s assume that the title has some mystical stoner’s explanation, given that it’s six years removed from that time, but a proper “Weed Nap” is a part of the recipe.
Curren$y releases copious amounts of music. So much so that as Pilot Talk 3 is barely two weeks old, he announces a new album titled Even More Saturday Night Car Tunes.
Curren$y has crafted an unique space for himself in Hip-Hop, and that can be partially credited to his acclaimed Pilot Talk series. He returns with the third installation, which he’s selling for a lofty $100, but streaming guilt-free.
Rappers and more importantly close friends Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y have a storied history of synergetic collaborations. And they’ll add another to the fold with a joint release called #2009.
History suggests that Curren$y can deliver a full-length project at any given moment. That’s exactly what happened yesterday, when his Jet Life clique announced and release their World Wide Hustlers mixtape out of thin air.
Curren$y keeps gifting his fans with new music, free of charge. After dropping his Saturday Night Car Tunes tape, the NOLA rapper alongside his Jet Life crew debut a 14-track mixtape titled Organized Crime.
A new Curren$y project is never too far down the pipeline. While his next tape has yet to be announced or confirmed, all signs point to a collaborative body of work with Le$ — especially after the release of “Game 2.”