Curren$y Songs

Canal St Boys
Canal St Boys
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
It's not often that Spitta touches on political or social matters, he generally stays in his lane, and his cult-like following loves him for that. Nonetheless he spoke up recently on police brutality with his record "Good Cop Bad Cop" last week. This week he's back to his usual ish, paying homage to NOLA on the record "Canal St Boys."
Good Cop, Bad Cop
Good Cop, Bad Cop
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Currensy has been on an unstoppable streak throughout 2016, and today he's shared another new record, but this one feels especially important. Following the killing of Alton Sterling, Spitta shared an experience he had in Baton Rouge on Instagram, as he described being pulled over and threatened by police all over the smell of weed in his car. On his new track, "Good Cop, Bad Cop," he expands on that story, reflecting on "being lucky that night, but who's to say," as he criticizes cops for "pulling out guns for the traffic stop".
Situations
Situations
Curren$y & Wiz Khalifa
VERY HOTTTTT
Over a year ago, Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa dropped a song called "Uber Driver" and announced a joint project called #2009. Curren$y and Wiz have shared virtually zero details or songs from the project since then -- until last night when Spitta posted a #2009 "cutting room floor item" called "Situations."
Speedboat
Speedboat
Curren$y Feat. Wiz Khalifa
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Starting off the week correct, Curren$y dropped off his new EP Stoned On Ocean. The free EP was only announced last week, with the release coming as a surprise late this afternoon. The project is entirely produced by legendary duo Cool & Dre, so you know you're about to get some smooth beats. 
Still At It
Still At It
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Curren$y has been having quite the year, and releasing a project a month, and he doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon. His newest track, "Still At It," finds the New Orleans rapper linking with E-Dan of iD Labs, who provides Spitta with a slick bass groove, subtly complimented with some wavy synth sounds. Curren$y peppers his verses with semi-wordless, mumbled ad-libs, which have becoming more and more present in his raps over the last little while. His verses themselves certainly don't skimp on the wordplay and imagery, painting a vibrant picture of the rapper's exciting life.
I Can't Go Back
I Can't Go Back
Curren$y Feat. Juvenile
VERY HOTTTTT
As if Curren$y hadn't given fans more than enough work -- averaging a project per month this year -- he's now back with a fellow NOLA warrior, Juvenile, with whom he last collaborated on 2013's "Bitch Get Up." Their new one, "I Can't go Back," is another gem, especially as it's given a lush, sample-driven instrumental from Spitta's New York plug, La Musica de Harry Fraud. Though we never imagined Juvenile rapping over a Fraud beat, what a treat it is. 
The Collective
The Collective
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Curren$y has delivered The Legend Of Harvard Blue, his 6th project of 2016, further cementing him as one of rap's most prolific auteurs. Spitta's latest fits perfectly within the world he's been envisioning since he released the seminal Pilot Talk in 2010, as the impossibly slick rapper cruises through picturesque landscapes in his vintage rides.
Supply & Demand
Supply & Demand
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Curren$y doesn't let his fans go too long without a fix, and after announcing The Legend Of Harvard Blue, his sixth mixtape of 2016, he's returned with a new track from the project. This one is produced by YoungStarr, keeping up a creeping, paranoid vibe as Curren$y stays deep in the pocket, sharing tales of cruising around rocking country club attire, with enough gold to be caught drinking Arnold Palmer on the gold course. Once again, Spitta's imagery game is second to none, and while he's currently on a North American tour, he seems to drop that new project any day now.
Kilo Jam
Kilo Jam
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Curren$y has some "more dope for your ears to smoke" with his new release, "Kilo Jam," keeping up his consistent stream of music that's been going since... the first Pilot Talk dropped? Spitta fans certainly had anything to complain about over the last few years, most recently receiving the 420 release, Bourbon Street Secrets, making it his 5th project in 2016. Yes, that's even faster than Future, and Curren$y doesn't get the props he deserves for his consistency, but those who've been paying attention know that he hasn't slipped up yet.
Change
Change
Wiz Khalifa Feat. Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Wiz Khalifa is definitely making this 4/20 a memorable one.
Papers
Papers
Curren$y & Sledgren
VERY HOTTTTT
Curren$y and Sledgren unveiled their short film, Revolver, earlier this week -- a narrative driven by new material from the artist and producer. While the 6 tracks were audible in the 25-minute production, they've now been shared as a proper project, though many of the sounds from the clip are still found on the mp3 versions, keeping the cinematic feel intact.
Smoke Out
Smoke Out
Roscoe Dash Feat. Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Roscoe Dash and Curren$y have very different deliveries, with Dash generally delivering a very animated, darting double time, while Spitta tends to remain at a comfortable, contemplative pace. On their new collaboration, "Smoke Out," they attempt to find a middle ground, and for the most part, they manage to find a sweet spot between their distinct styles. The dynamics of the beat greet the rapper's respective vocals accordingly, as Dash nimbly navigates some stuttering high hats while Spitta stays steady on main groove.
Chill
Chill
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Even though we just got his new mixtape The Carrollton Heist a couple weeks back, Currensy hasn’t been shying away from the new releases.
G.A.S.
G.A.S.
Curren$y Feat. T.Y.
VERY HOTTTTT
On Friday night, Currensy linked up with fellow Jet Life member, TY, for the new song called “In My City,” but it appears that’s not all the duo have cooked up recently. Today, the two decide to come through and share a new remix over 2 Chainz’ song “B.F.F,” but of course changed the title to “G.A.S.” after their favorite high grade marijuana.
In My City
In My City
Curren$y Feat. T.Y.
VERY HOTTTTT
Just hours after hitting us with the video for “The Mack Book,” Currensy decides to come through and share a new track out of the blue called “In My City” featuring fellow Jet Lifer T.Y.
Fat Albert
Fat Albert
Curren$y Feat. Lil Wayne
VERY HOTTTTT
Back in his short-lived Cash Money days, a collaboration with Lil Wayne wasn't as much of a rarity for Curren$y. Recently we heard the two reunite on "Bottom Of The Barrell," but the new Alchemist-produced "Fat Albert" may be an even better use of their dynamic, allowing both rappers to find their own way through the gritty loop.
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.