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[Hip-Hop] Curren$y – New Jet City (Mixtape)

New Orleans spitta Curren$y is back at it again with his latest mixtape, New Jet City, which dropped early yesterday as promised. This tape is yet another testament to Spitta’s progression and continued consistency. With his usual Jet Life Recordings features along with some help from stars including Wiz Khalifa, Rick Ross, Juicy J, Trinidad Jame$ and French Montana, Curren$y has compiled yet another must listen for hip-hop fans. Enjoy a few of our favorite tracks and grab the whole stonily lyrical project for the free here: Curren$y-New Jet City.

’Curren$y – Three 60 feat Juicy J’
’Curren$y – Coolie in the Cut feat Trademark’
’Curren$y – Purple Haze feat Lloyd and Trinidad James’
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[Hip-Hop] Curren$y – Talk My Shit (Prod. Thelonious Martin)

New Orleans emcee Curren$y, also known as Spitta Andretti, has become a staple in the music library of many hip-hop fans. Over the past few years he has proven one of the most prolific and consistently dope artists out while building quite the team with his Jet Life Recordings crew. His summer Warner Brothers Records released album, The Stoned Immaculate, showcased his lyrical wit and OG mentality earning him both critical and mainstream success.

On his latest release, “Talk My Shit,” Curren$y does exactly that over a fitting old-school and cypher-like instrumental by the rapidly rising producer, Thelonious Martin. This light, addicting cut from his upcoming mixtape exudes confidence perfectly representing Spitta’s stony mogul persona. Stream and download it below and look out for Priest Andretti, his latest free project, right here tomorrow. Jet Life!

’Curren$y – Talk My Shit (prod by Thelonious Martin)’
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[Hip-Hop/Electro] Sir Michael Rocks – Now You Do (Prod. Flosstradamus)

Sir Michael Rocks, one half of Chicago’s Cool Kids and recent Jet Life signee, is set to release his debut solo album, Lap of Lux, on August 2nd. The first single and opening track, “Now You Do,” features Flosstradamus’s legendary remix of Lana del Rey’s “Video Games”, Lana’s ThemeI am one of the first to advocate for the fusion of electronic and hip-hop and this is a perfect example of how the two can work together. The hard-hitting, trap-style of Flosstradamus, also based in Chicago, fits perfectly with the grittiness of rap. While many hip-hop loyalists are extremely cautious when it comes to incorporating EDM, artists like Sir Michael show us that the two can coexist without harming artistic integrity. An awesome collaboration that should be played at high volumes, preferably in a residential area.

’Sir Michael Rocks
Now You Do’
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[Hip-Hop] Curren$y x Harry Fraud – Cigarette Boats (FreEP)

Hardly a month after his album release, Curren$y teams up with the emerging producer Harry Fraud for a free, five track project . Once again, I find myself amazed at Spitta’s ability to release quality music at such an impressive pace. Harry Fraud, with his smooth, epic sound, has proven himself one of the most exciting young producers in hip-hop. Look out for his name over the next couple months and in the meantime enjoy some free music from the Jets first thing in the morning. Stream the tracks below and download the whole EP for free here.

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