Curren$y Album Stream

2012-06-01 by Tupik | 13 Comments
Prolific rapper Curren$y has released a stream of his upcoming studio album The Stoned Immaculate, set to be released on June 5th.

Here is the link to the stream:

http://www.complex.com/music/2012/06/album-premiere-curreny-the-stoned-immaculate

Tagged: Currensy

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Eclecticist
June 1st 2012
3863 Comments


Yo Tupik where have you been bud? I never see you comment. The last time I saw you comment was on my Moka Only & Chief - Crickets thread

Inveigh
June 1st 2012
25460 Comments


oh shit how dope is this


new albums from Curren$y and K.R.I.T. in the same week? hallelujah holla back

Digging: Faith No More - Sol Invictus

gabethepiratesquid
June 1st 2012
4522 Comments


YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSs

wacknizzle
June 1st 2012
13799 Comments


Nice, just started listening to this dude.

Digging: Sempiternal Dusk - Sempiternal Dusk

gabethepiratesquid
June 1st 2012
4522 Comments


feels like one of the best rap releases of the year outside of TDE stuff, Robb Bank$, El-P and Lil Ugly Mane tbh.

McBabe
June 1st 2012
61 Comments


This kills

Inveigh
June 1st 2012
25460 Comments


yeah it really does

gabethepiratesquid
June 2nd 2012
4522 Comments


I guess a possible flaw is that this isn't as wordplay-dense as other spitta releases but still, so gooooood

Inveigh
June 2nd 2012
25460 Comments


I noticed that too, but the flow and production are so good it makes up for it


also was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the guest verses

gabethepiratesquid
June 2nd 2012
4522 Comments


it still has good lyricism/storytelling tho, and some wordplay is still there

"high off life, I die if I ever fall off"

NickelbackFTL
June 2nd 2012
230 Comments


Loving this. Probably his best release in the past two years except maybe Covert Coup.

Tupik
June 2nd 2012
674 Comments


This is very good, I don't think he'll ever top Pilot Talk though. I'm really surprised that he didn't incloude the deluxe version bonus tracks in the album because they're very very good.

"I guess a possible flaw is that this isn't as wordplay-dense as other spitta releases but still, so gooooood"

My thoughts too after one listen.


"Yo Tupik where have you been bud? I never see you comment. The last time I saw you comment was on my Moka Only & Chief - Crickets thread"

I'm commenting in the forum from time to time but I've been less active on the review site, I've been doing so many things lately I don't have as much time. All these releases are pushing me to review again, I might do this or KRIT.

Tupik
June 2nd 2012
674 Comments


"it still has good lyricism/storytelling tho, and some wordplay is still there

"high off life, I die if I ever fall off""

That one is soooo overused though. I prefer when he's a bit more original, like that one where he goes "so high, til my neighbors thought I moved out". That's in Pilot Talk, can't remember which song. Far less cliché.



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