Curren$y Songs

Gangstaz
Gangstaz
Curren$y & Tiny C-Style
VERY HOTTTTT
Curren$y doesn't really take breaks, so even after dropping multiple projects recently, including December's Canal Street Confidential, and January's EP, The Owner's Manual, he's still regularly dropping loosies. Today, we get a collaboration with Tiny C-Style, that has Spitta rapping over a beat from Cookin Soul -- a hypnotic sample, colored by some busy drum arrangements, a perfect match for the rapper.
Mo Money
Mo Money
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Since delivering Canal Street Confidential in December (his second LP of 2015), Curren$y has been steadily releasing records that appear to be leftovers from the solid project. Today he shares "Mo' Money," a creeping groove that could have fit right into Canal's nocturnal atmosphere. 
From Above
From Above
Curren$y Feat. Mr.Marcelo
VERY HOTTTTT
Curren$y capped off 2015 with the release of Canal Street Confidential, his second LP of the year (the other being the criminally underrated Pilot Talk III). Even since, the rapper has been sharing standalone records, the latest of which being "From Above," a Mr. Marcelo-assisted track that sounds like it could be an outtake from the album.
Pimps Revisited
Pimps Revisited
Curren$y Feat. Tiny C-Style
VERY HOTTTTT
Curren$y continues to keep the new music coming. After hitting us with “The Ultimate High,” “Somebody's Watching Me,” & yesterday’s “Cut It Redone It” release, the N.O. spitta decides to come through and share yet another one for us today called “Pimps Revisited” featuring Tiny C-Style.
Cut It Redone It
Cut It Redone It
Curren$y Feat. Corner Boy P
VERY HOTTTTT
Even with Canal Street Confidential still fresh in rotation, Currensy continues to roll out new music at a rapid-pace. After hitting us with tracks like “The Ultimate High” & “Somebody's Watching Me” these past couple weeks, the N.O.
Somebody's Watching Me
Somebody's Watching Me
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Curren$y has kept the pedal to the medal since releasing Canal St Confidential earlier this month. After spitting a freestyle over Nature & Nas' early '00s slapper "The Ultimate High" last week, Spitta tackles TRU's 1997 single "I Always Feel Like" in a new track "Somebody's Watching Me."
The Ultimate High (Freestyle)
The Ultimate High (Freestyle)
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Curren$y has already released two tracks -- "Top Down" & "International Set" -- since he released his album Canal St. Confidential earlier this month.
Prequel
Prequel
Wiz Khalifa Feat. Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Wiz Khalifa just dropped his long-awaited, star-studded mixtape Cabin Fever 3. For "Prequel," he taps his old partner in crime Curren$y to deliver a guest verse. Produced by Sonny Digital, "Prequel" is bass-heavy, ideal for bumping at max volume in the whip. 
International Set
International Set
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Curren$y has followed up his impressive new album Canal Street Confidential with a brand new standalone track recorded at AudioMack studios. "International Set" is produced by T-GUT, and finds Spitta in a comfortable haze, as he drops some colorful imagery ("frozen Fiji droplets"). As he's already put out two studio album this year (the other being the criminally underrated Pilot Talk 3), we're sure teh rapper is wasting no time recording new music, and "Set" is proof he's capable of turning it around fast.
Fat Raps 3
Fat Raps 3
King Chip Feat. Chuck Inglish, Earlly Mac, Big Sean & Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Back in 2009 King Chip, aka Chip The Ripper back then, released a mixtape called The Cleveland Show which featured fellow on-the-come-up rappers Curren$y and Big Sean on the track “Fat Raps.”. A year later, Big Sean, Asher Roth, and DOM Kennedy joined the party on the official remix, and that was what we thought was the end of “Fat Raps,” until tonight that is.
MOB
MOB
Audio Push Feat. Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Spitta has been making the rounds lately, as he's been heavily promoting his new album Canal St Confidential, which has mainstream tendencies. Even with that album, this is probably one of the most mainstream-sounding beats you've heard Curren$y rap over in a minute, and it works.
Top Down
Top Down
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Curren$y may have just dropped a new album on Friday, one of his biggest yet, with Canal St. Confidential rounding up features from Future, Ty Dolla $ign, Wiz Khalifa, Lil Wayne and more. In case that's not enough, Spitta returns this Monday morning with a rework of Yo Gotti's "Down in the DMs." The record has inadvertently become a hit single for Gotti.
Drive By
Drive By
Curren$y Feat. Future
VERY HOTTTTT
A huge song off Canal St. Confidential has surfaced on the night before the album's release. Here's Curren$y and Future's "Drive By," and damn do they make for a nice duo. 
This Is The Life
This Is The Life
Curren$y
THROWBACK
With Curren$y all set to drop Canal St. Confidential tomorrow -- his third project of the year -- we revisit his third studio album, 2011's Weekend at Burnie's, specifically "This Is The Life," undoubtedly one of the best Curren$y songs ever. "Don't concern themselves with them sucka dealings..." Spitta mutters at the top of the track. Never before has a phrase more succinctly summarized a man's M.O. than this. 
Superstar
Superstar
Curren$y Feat. Ty Dolla $ign
VERY HOTTTTT
Curren$y got back to his Young Money roots last with a surprise-but-welcomed appearance on Lil Wayne's No Ceilings 2 mixtape. Today he's back to Jet Life business as usual, with a Ty Dolla $ign-featured leak off his upcoming album Canal Street Confidential.
Feel Inside
Feel Inside
Kid Ink Feat. Curren$y & Vee Tha Rula
VERY HOTTTTT
Kid Ink has spent the last month or two across the pond for his  "Full Speed" European tour, but true to form, he's still been dropping tracks. After sharing Cardiak-produced "I Been" feat. Vee Da Rula last week, young Ink drops off an exceptionally smooth track by the name of "Feel Inside."
Watch Out (Remix)
Watch Out (Remix)
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
After recently sharing his remixes of Jadakiss' "Jason" and Travi$ Scott's "Antidote," Curren$y decided to give the fans another treat with his new remix of 2 Chainz's "Watch Out," one of the standout tracks from
Lifers
Lifers
Le$ Feat. Curren$y & Young Roddy
VERY HOTTTTT
Le$' new mixtape, Steak x Shrimp 2, is a must-listen. The Houston-via-New Orleans spitter has been putting in the work, and it has clearly paid off on his latest project. Last week, he shared the video to "UGK'z," featuring Bun B and his boss at Jet Life, Curren$y. Steak x Shrimp 2 includes 2 more tracks with Spitta, including a Jet Life anthem, "Lifers," that also features Young Roddy. 
Lowriders At The Nightshow
Lowriders At The Nightshow
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Travis Scott's "Antidote" seems to be the breakout hit from Rodeo, going against the aesthetic the rapper has created with his belligerent live shows with more of an intoxicating, melodic feel. It's also been a possible freestyle record, and while Curren$y is the latest rapper to turn in his rendition of the song, he's decided to make it very much his own, using the twangy riff to support his twisting flows. 
Winning
Winning
Curren$y Feat. Wiz Khalifa
VERY HOTTTTT
On December 4th, Currensy will release a new album called Canal Street Confidential, which will contain 14 tracks in total and feature guest appearances from the likes of Future, Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, August Alsina, K Camp, Lloyd, and more.