Curren$y Songs

Fed Ex
Fed Ex
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Curren$y has been keeping up with his one-project-a-month 2016 on a very tight schedule. Following up the 9/30 and 10/30 mixtapes (dropped on the respective dates of their titles), Spitta dropped 11/30 to close off November, making it his 11th project this year. This time around, he's working with producers liek Cool and Dre, Cash Fargo, and Purpz of 808 Mafia, as well as Don Cannon and Metro Boomin, who join forces for the "Fed Ex" beat. 
Hustlers
Hustlers
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
As expected, Curren$y came through at 11:30 PM tonight to release his 11th project of the year simply called 11/30, which features production from some of the biggest producers in the game, including Metro Boomin, Don Cannon, Cool & Dre, Cookin Soul, & 808 Mafia to name a few. Looking to highlight the tape, here goes one of its many standout cuts from it called “Hustlers”, which is produced by hitmakers Cool & Dre. Hit play and let us know what you think!
The Mack Book (Earl Sweatshirt Remix)
The Mack Book (Earl Sweatshirt Remix)
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Curren$y has released so much music this year, it's almost hard to believe that The Carrolton Heist, his full-length collaboration with The Alchemist, dropped in February. Possibly the rapper's strongest release of 2016, Spitta has decided to reach back to the tape for a remix project. Complimentary producers like Knxwledge, Evidence, Jake One, and Samiyam contribute, while Earl Sweatshirt, a close friend of collaborator of Alch, supplies a new take one "The Mack Book."
Lifers
Lifers
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Curren$y has become a symbol for not only immense productivity but also reliability. His new mixtape, Andretti 10/30, is his 10th of the year. He released Andretti 9/30 exactly a month ago. The new Andretti 10/30 is a ride that needs to be experienced in full. Upon the first run-through, one track that stood out was "Lifers," which comes with a particularly smooth jazzy production from Chicago producer King Thelonious, or Thelonious Martin.
Marina
Marina
Mickey Factz & Nottz Feat. Curren$y, Mack Wilds & Smoke DZA
VERY HOTTTTT
Mickey Facts is getting ready to release a joint project with producer Nottz at midnight titled The Achievement: circa ‘82, but before it arrives the Bronx emcee decides to share one last leak ahead of time called “Marina,” featuring Mack Wilds, Smoke DZA, and Curren$y.
Told Me That
Told Me That
Curren$y Feat. Starlito
VERY HOTTTTT
Currensy is back tonight with another song off his upcoming 10/30 mixtape. After hitting us with “For Nothin” yesterday, the New Orleans spitta decides to return 24 hours later and share another one called “Told Me That” featuring Starlito.
For Nothin
For Nothin
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Currensy continues to keep it moving. After hitting us with the 9/30 mixtape last month, the New Orleans spitta decides to return to the scene today and share a new record on his soundcloud page called “Nothin.”
My Man
My Man
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
On Friday, Curren$y dropped his 9th project of 2016, continuing what has quickly become on of the most prolific mixtape runs in recent memory. As a result, it's been difficult to keep up, but if you're looking for somewhere to start with his latest, Andretti 9/30, look no further than the closing track, "My Man." Anyone familiar with Curren$y's cinematic brand of smoking music should be able to jump into this one immediately.
Treat Em The Same
Treat Em The Same
Curren$y Feat. Cornerboy P
VERY HOTTTTT
Curren$y just surprised fans moments ago with the release of his 9th project of the year called Andretti 9/30 (aka today's date), which he says he actually just put together last night in the studio when he originally planned on working on Weed & Instrumentals 3 project but ran by some unreleased songs with Cardo & C
Friday
Friday
Polyester The Saint Feat. Curren$y
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Coming off the release of his American Muscle project a couple months ago, which featured the Dom Kennedy-assisted single “On The Regular,” Polyester The Saint is already eyeing its follow up American Muscle SS.
Big Racks (Freestyle)
Big Racks (Freestyle)
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Although these past few weeks might be the longest we’ve gone all year without hearing new music from Currensy, the New Orleans spitter has been holding fans over in the meantime with his weekly “Lowriders N Raps” documentary series. Looking to get back to the music & celebrate Labor Day however, Spitta Andretti decides to come through today and tackle another popular instrumental in Young Thug’s Slime Season 2 intro “Big Racks” which originally featured Uzi Vert as well.
I Got The Keys (Remix)
I Got The Keys (Remix)
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Currensy has been releasing new music this year at a ridiculous pace, and thankfully for fans it doesn’t look like he’s ready to stop either. Following up last night’s collab with Wiz called “You In Mind,” the New Orleans spitta decides to come through less than 24 hours later and share his remix of DJ Khaled’s hit single “I Got The Keys” which features Hov & Future.
You In Mind
You In Mind
Curren$y Feat. Wiz Khalifa
VERY HOTTTTT
To celebrate the 7-year anniversary of Currensy & Wiz Khalifa’s How Fly mixtape, the New Orleans spitta decided to come through today and treat fans with a new song called “You In Mind.”
Rolling Stoned
Rolling Stoned
Curren$y
VERY HOTTTTT
Log onto the homepage these days, and chances are there'll be some new heat waiting for you from the underground king Curren$y Spitta. Just five days after releasing his new Weed & Instrumentals 2 mixtape -- his EIGHTH project of the year -- the NOLA vet is back with some more smooth-riding material. "Rolling Stoned" isn't exactly a new sound for Curren$y, but with him, that's just fine. "Need one to smoke and ride to?" he asked his fans upon dropping the song. Yes, we do.
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
VERY HOTTTTT
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.