Curren$y has become a symbol for not only immense productivity but also reliability. His new mixtape, Andretti 10/30, is his 10th of the year. He released Andretti 9/30 exactly a month ago. The new Andretti 10/30 is a ride that needs to be experienced in full. Upon the first run-through, one track that stood out was "Lifers," which comes with a particularly smooth jazzy production from Chicago producer King Thelonious, or Thelonious Martin. The subtleties of the production give extra life to Curren$y's raps as he paints detailed pictures only slightly blurred by the marijuana smoke. Spitta and Martin have had a lengthy partnership, and "Lifers" makes us want to revisit their past work.
Then we put it all in action
And the shit went down, magic
Lay low bro, don't cop nothin' too extravagant
Let it blow over and then cop a horse and carriage when it's good