Curren$y & Jermaine Dupri Debut New Song "Never Enough"

Curren$y and Jermaine Dupri tease their upcoming joint project during their "From The Block" performance.

BYAron A.

Curren$y and Jermaine Dupri are cooking up something major. While the New Orleans-born rapper has continued his prolific run throughout 2022, it seems like he’s gearing up to drop off some new heat with the So So Def founder. Spitta and JD have hinted at a joint project together, though they haven’t solidified any release dates. Regardless, fans have been excited to hear what Spitta has cooked up with Dupri, especially after the success of his collaborative effort with The Alchemist, Continuance last year.

This week, the two rappers came through to provide us with a snippet of what to expect from For Motivational Use Only Vol. 1. They linked up for a performance on From The Block where they previewed a soul-heavy record titled, “Never Enough.” JD takes the mic first where he describes getting it out of the mud to becoming one of the biggest producers in hip-hop history. However, JD’s intro was merely a setup for Curren$y to demolish the microphone. With a joint in his hand, Curren$y showcases his effortless style with a stream-of-conscious flow that leaps from reflecting on his status in rap to his drip.

Curren$y & Jermaine Dupri Tease "Never Enough" In "From The Block" Performance

Curren$y and Jermaine Dupri recently detailed what to expect from their joint project in an interview with Vibe. Spitta explained that the two have locked into the studio with over three dozen songs in the cut. “We got 40 songs saved so we got music, we don’t even have to go in the studio again and we can roll out four volumes without going to the studio again, and we not going to stop,” he said. Hopefully, we’ll get a release date for the project soon.

With the release of “Never Enough,” it seems as though JD and Curren$y are preparing to have the summer on lock, especially since they have four volumes in the works. Surprisingly, For Motivational Use Vol. 1 will serve as Spitta’s first project of 2023. Last year, he closed out his epic run with The Drive In Theatre Part 2, which boasted features from Fendi P, Rob49, Dash and more. Check out Curren$y and Jermaine Dupri’s new collab above. 

Quotable Lyrics
Movin' with the mind of a crime boss
Music like the white soft, from the boat, it's fresh off
Chance to provide the evidence,
My n***a, you done bought the best of shit
Money well invested, the quarter then projections
Lookin' like a straight blessin'

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