New Orleans’ own, Curren$y, recently stopped by Santa Ana’s The Observatory for the latest stop on his Canal St. Confidential Tour. With the album quickly approaching its December release date, Spitta took the opportunity to perform new material off the project like “Drive By” and “Boulders” along with plenty of other older fan favorites. Check out the Jet Life front man as he also gets into “Cargo Planes” off Pilot Talk III. Canal Street Confidential will be available on December 4.
Collective State TV was on hand for the recent Las Vegas stop on Currensy’s Pilot Talk 3 tour. Check out the New Orleans native in action as he performs for fans at the Hard Rock Live located right on the Las Vegas strip. In this clip, watch as Spitta jumps around his catalog with classic cuts such as “Elevator Musik,” “Sixty-Seven Turbo Jet,” “A Lil Sumthin,” and “Stolen.”
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Casey Veggies treats fans to a new remix of his smooth and mellow track titled “Life$tyle” featuring Curren$y. Originally featured on the young rapper’s Life Changes project, this time the California native combines forces with Jet Life general for a solid collaboration over the Cardiak produced instrumental. Check out Casey’s latest offering and take advantage of the download option.
Jet Life head honcho Curren$y links up with Pitchfork for a short documentary titled Jetflix. Follow along as videographer CJ Wallis brings viewers behind-the-scenes for a West Coast tour with the New Orlean native as he hits the stage for Rock The Bells 2013 in San Bernardino, smokes one with Smoke DZA, records at the studio and performs in San Diego, Santa Barbara and Santa Cruz.
Curren$y drops another CJ Wallis directed music video for the smooth and hypnotizing “Audio Dope 4.” Produced by Harry Fraud, the sample based instrumental finds the Jet Life general right at home as he drops potent bars on his carefree lifestyle and boss moves. “Audio Dope 4” is featured on the Spitta’s recent collaborative mixtape with Young Roddy titled Bales.
Featured on the new Red Eye Mixtape, female artist Mary Gold gives her slow and infectious song “Prayer” the visual treatment. The music video comes packed with plenty of steamy scenes and interesting black and white imagery. Fast cuts make up most of the video and it’s hard to tell what’s going on at times but Gold does a solid job of keeping the viewer’s attention and making it all work. Check out the new music video below but don’t expect Spitta to jump in with his verse because he’s missing in action.