Less than a week after dropping Covert Coup, an eagerly anticipated project produced by The Alchemist, Curren$y is back with a new single #JetsGo. The rate at which this guy releases high-quality material is stupefying, and yet he makes it sound so easy. One could argue that it’s a true testament to his high-level of skill that puts him miles above your average “weed rapper.” The New Orleans native is creating his own high-echelon class of storytelling, insight, and double-entendres that have a way of slipping past the listener’s ears and infiltrating their psyche. While Covert Coup was a free download, the Rahki-produced #JetsGo is an iTunes exclusive. Let’s be honest, Curren$y puts out so much free music, paying $0.99 for a single every now and again is only fair. So dig between the cushions in your mom’s couch or snag some loose change from out the cup holders in the whip so you can cop #JetsGo and J.ust E.njoy T.this S.**t.
Written by Stephanie Vaughn on 04/26/11
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