On We Gonna Make It, a single off his 2001 debut full-length, Jadakiss boasted of his ingenious methods of hiding coke from the five-oh, spitting, “My bathtub lift up, my walls do a Three 60.” Curren$y liked the idea so much that he decided to replicate the setup in his private jet, as he reveals on a standout selection off his latest digital full-length. That, of course, is only the beginning of the fly sh*t in Spitta’s life; over Cardo‘s hazy, discombobulated electronic grooves, he luxuriates in his myriad whips (all with leather interiors), his diamond-encrusted jewelry and the beautiful women who surround him at all times. On the back, Juicy J sips lean, shows off his black Phantom and shares his fantasy of getting head onstage—from your girl, naturally. Fans can find Three 60, the previously-featured Choosin’ and much more on Curren$y’s New Jet City tape, out now for free digital download.
Written by richard on 02/5/13
Has there been a solo hip-hop artist in the last five years, who has released more free (quality) music than Curren$y? The answer to this question is a simple "no." Spitta, the rap gift who keeps on giving, has released yet...
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