Curren$y - The Mack Book (Earl Sweatshirt Remix) [New Song]

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Earl Sweatshirt provides production on this highlight from Curren$y's "The Carrollton Heist: Remixed" project.

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."

The new version is short but sweet, making for one of the warmer samples Earl has worked with recently, looping a filtered guitar riff and a drum fill to make for a loose, MF DOOM-like instrumental.

Quotable Lyrics:
This was crafted by the masters
To be played on the block
In the project hallways of secluded mansions
I shot a video once
With French Montana in the Hamptons
He brought a hundred chicks through
Coke boy magic
I was rolling fat ones
I always had that pack son
When Tity Boi was the only one
Calling the weed gas
I came up with a nice plan
To stack some mean cash

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The Mack Book (Earl Sweatshirt Remix)

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Earl Sweatshirt provides production on this highlight from Curren$y's "The Carrollton Heist: Remixed" project.


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."

The new version is short but sweet, making for one of the warmer samples Earl has worked with recently, looping a filtered guitar riff and a drum fill to make for a loose, MF DOOM-like instrumental.

Quotable Lyrics:
This was crafted by the masters
To be played on the block
In the project hallways of secluded mansions
I shot a video once
With French Montana in the Hamptons
He brought a hundred chicks through
Coke boy magic
I was rolling fat ones
I always had that pack son
When Tity Boi was the only one
Calling the weed gas
I came up with a nice plan
To stack some mean cash

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