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.
Lately, unique marketing strategies and release methods have become an essential aspect of an album’s narrative. That trend continues, as Curren$y becomes the latest rapper hop on this trend with Pilot Talk 3.
History suggests that Curren$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.