Wiz Khalifa Previews New Music In First Episode Of “Kiccin It At The Crib” Vlog
Taking a break from his usual #DayToday series for a minute, Wiz Khalifa decided to kickstart another vlog series for fans today called “Kiccin It at The Crib,” which finds the Taylor Gang boss man doing just that.
Curren$y "Incarcerated Scarfaces" Video
Currensy continues to roll out new videos in support of his latest project Weed & Instrumentals 2.
Curren$y "Raps N Lowriders" (Ep. 2)
Keeping the content coming, Currensy is back today with another episode in his on-going documentary series “Raps N Lowriders,” which doubles as a preview for upcoming music off his next project. In similar fashion as episode one, this 21-minute clip finds the New Orleans spitta showing off some ole school drop tops & whips as he cruises the streets in this Dexstr8dope-directed clip above. Check it out.
Curren$y "Ownership" Video
Yesterday, Curren$y released a video for Weed & Instrumentals 2 track "Blades of Steel" in which he flexed in front of a Rolls Royce. Today, he returns with another car-themed video from W&I2: "Ownership."
Curren$y "Blades Of Steel" Video
Curren$y is back with another visual off Weed & Instrumentals 2, his eighth project of 2016. It's been a week since Curren$y's last video, to Bourbon Street Secret's "Dope Boys," featuring Rick Ross, and in that time, Spitta was the star of a documentary entitled "Raps N Lowriders," two of the main components of his lifestyle.
Watch Curren$y's "Raps N Lowriders" Documentary
Curren$y has been releasing new content at a ridiculous pace all year long, and it appears he’s not ready to slow it down anytime soon either. Barely two weeks removed from his latest project, the New Orleans spitter decides to come through & share a new 17-minute documentary called "Raps N Lowriders," which doubles as a preview for upcoming music off his next project. Watch as Spitta shows you a day in the life of lowriding in this Dexstr8dope-directed clip above. Check it out.
Curren$y Feat. Rick Ross "Dope Boys" Video
Curren$y Feat. Rick Ross
It's been difficult to keep up with Curren$y's prolific output this year, but it's been very worthwhile. While he's already released three projects since April's Bourbon Street Secrets, it's still very much in rotation, and the Rick Ross-assisted "Dope Boys" is a particular standout. Todat, Spitta has reached back to that track, releasing an animated video, once again proving the cinematic qualities of his music, which he took to its full potential in short film Revolver, also released in 2016.
Curren$y "Canal Street Boys" Video
After dropping Weed & Instrumentals 2, his eighth project of 2016, Curren$y took a breather for five days to let his fans soak in the tape. That was about the longest he's gone all year without dropping off new material. Don't expect too many more off days.
Curren$y "Pirates" Video
It's been six days since the last new Curren$y track, "Good Cop, Bad Cop." That's about as long of a hiatus as Spitta has taken all year.
Curren$y "Rhymes Like Weight" Video
Curren$y basically has a never ending supply of music to choose from when it comes to visual treatments, and he keeps a videographer on deck, so it appears to be a relatively easy thing for him to knock out a music video. The latest record to receive a visual is "Rhymes Like Weight," which if you haven't been keeping track, appeared on the New Orleans' native most recent mixtape, Stoned On Ocean.
Curren$y "Game For Sale" Video
The hardest working stoner I've ever met, Curren$y, comes through today with a new music video for one of the Cookin Soul-produced cuts off his mixtape The Legend of Harvard Blue. That would be his most recent free project; he releases so many it's often hard to keep track.
Curren$y "Supply & Demand" Video
Currensy continues to pump out new videos in support of his latest project The Legend Of Blue Harvard. Following up last week’s double visual for “Enter x Kilo Jam,” Spitta decides to return today and share another one for us for “Supply & Demand.”
Curren$y "Enter x Kilo Jam" Video
The biggest stoner in the game who somehow manages to stay more productive than half the rappers out here is back, yet again. Spitta just came through last night with a top-notch collaboration featuring Juvenile and Harry Fraud's production, but that hasn't stopped him from rolling out a new music video this afternoon.
Curren$y "Vibrations" Video
Revisiting his Carrollton Heist project with Alchemist today, Curren$y decides to come through and share a new video in its support for the track “Vibrations.”
Curren$y "Grand Theft Auto" Video
Curren$y is preparing the release of his 4/20-celebrating project, Bourbon Street Secrets, and today he's teased the project with the video for "Grand Theft Auto," a heavy song for Spitta's standards, pairing him with increasingly frequent collaborator, Purps of 808 Mafia. The aggressive energy of the track works surprisingly well with the rapper's laid-back delivery, making for a hypnotic combination.
Curren$y "Smoking In The Rain" Video
Curren$y continues to keep the new content coming. After hitting us with the Revolver project with Sledgren a couple weeks ago, the New Orleans spitter decides to return today and share a new video for his track “Smoking In The Rain” which can be found on his joint effort with Alchemist, The Carrolton Heist.
Six New Curren$y Tracks With Sledgren Appear In Short Film “Revolver”
Curren$y & Sledgren
Somehow, Curren$y had even more music in the vault after he liberated the dope Weed & Instrumentals mixtape last week. This time it comes in the form of a “musical narrative picture” titled “Revolver,” which in this case is a 24 minute short film inspired by six songs Curren$y created with producer Sledgren.
Curren$y & The Alchemist "The Mack Book" Video
Curren$y & Alchemist
Curren$y and Alchemist's The Carrollton Heist may well be the hottest tape to drop in 2016 thus far. They celebrated Friday by releasing a video for track numero ocho on the tape, "The Mack Book." "The Mack Book" follows Curren$y from the recording booth to the streets by way of the old school whip and interpolates footage from legendary blaxploitation movie "The Mack" (shoutout Willie Hutch).
Curren$y "All Wit My Hands" Video
Curren$y has just dropped the fifth visual off his latest album, Canal St. Confidential, and it comes to the Cookin' Soul-produced "All Wit My Hands." Spitta goes to NYC for the new video, rocking a fresh Sixth Floor hoodie on a Manhattan rooftop as he reflects on how far he's come as an emcee, standing today as an underground king.
Curren$y Plays This Or That
Fresh off the release of his fifth album, Canal St. Confidential, Curren$y came through HNHH to participate in a highly entertaining round of This or That. Right off the bat, it's evident that this will be an informative episode, as Spitta selects Gushers over Fruit Roll-Ups, even though "sometimes dat pack might get smashed."