Most of us, if we were offered 3 Wishes from an all-powerful genrie, would have to think long and hard about the decision. New Orleans repper Curren$y, on the other hand, knows exactly what he’d ask for—and on his latest unreleased joint, debuted on HipHopSince1987 Monday, he fills listeners in on his selections, flowing over a beat by Sarom. Though 3 Wishes isn’t set for inclusion on the project, those digging it should be sure to check out Curren$y’s new “commercial mixtape,” Weekend at Bernie’s, when it drops July 28.
Written by richard on 06/21/11
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