on November 14, 2013
EASILY BEST SPITTA (non-mixtape) PROJECT. Classy ass samples, cool artwork, good features, and all the songs got a nice smokey room vibe to them. A+
If you havent checked this album out, best tracks are Famous, Hold On, Real Estates, Highed Up
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on September 21, 2011
I had never heard this cd before buying it, but I was confident knowing it was a Curren$y album. It is one of those albums you can leave on repeat without messing with what track its on, and every song is memorable and fun to listen to everytime.
on June 18, 2011
Curren$y is nothing short of a genius when it comes to music...his ability to mass produce album after album but more importantly the quality that he continues to deliver to fans like myself. I liked this album from top to bottom, my personal favorites are "Airbrone Aquarium", the obvious "Michael Knight", "Famous", inpart becasue of the "Street Car Named Desire" reference and I had just watched the movie haha, "Silence" with Mckenzie Eddy who does the song some justice as well as the other tracks which are solid. I was surprised to see that this album sold less than Pilot Talk, I understand why, Curren$y's reluctance to submit to the mainstream confines like his man Wiz khalifa did, and even he didnt sale with that horrible single. I didnt waaste my money on that album. Anyway, if you havent heard the album its worth every penny, his music is timeless, I still listen to it. by the way, when is Muscle Car Chronicles coming out?? what is Dame doing over there...
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on February 27, 2011
I've been a fan of curren$y since I heard him on C-Murder' TRU DAWGS.He has a great sound and amazing punch lines
such as from TRU DAWGS "you talking bout you pop caps to wet me/the only caps you pop is off a bottle of pepsi"
I kinda knew I would be slightly disapointed with his 2 albums Pilot talk 1 and 2 when I saw damon dash is co-executive producer and putting the hot spitta with New York beats don't sound right.I wasn't feeling the beats at all and i expected them to be similar to those on No Limit or at least southern beats.
once I looked past the lousy beats his lyrics are still hot
So don't buy his 2 albums expecting the southern style beats we are use to hearing him rap over you'll be disapointed but BUY them cause CURREN$Y is still da Hot Spitta