HD VIDEO: Currensy – “Elevator Musik,” “Sixty-Seven Turbo Jet,” “A Lil Sumthin,” & “Stolen” In Las Vegas

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.”

Filmed by Collective State TV for ItsTheDaily.com

AUDIO: Smoke DZA – Legends In The Making (Ashtray Pt. 2) Ft. Wiz Khalifa & Curren$y (Prod. By Harry Fraud)


Smoke DZA is back in the mix today with his biggest single yet titled “Legends In The Making” featuring fellow pot enthusiasts Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y.  The track is set to be featured on DZA’s forthcoming, Smoke Zone Achieved, album which is currently in the works and due out some time early next year.  Take a listen to the smooth Harry Fraud produced track which showcases plenty of braggadocios and pro-marijuana rhymes.

AUDIO: Smoke DZA – Obey Your Thirst (Prod. By Harry Fraud)


Harlem’s Smoke DZA links up with Surf School producer Harry Fraud for a new hypnotizing song titled “Obey Your Thirst.”  The ominous instrumental provides the perfect platform for the Kush God as he slows things down and spits some lean inspired rhymes where the rapper clarifies for listener’s he only drinks Sprite when it’s mixed with lean.  Take a listen as DZA laces the track with his signature slick street talk and reminds listeners he’s all about his paper.

MIXTAPE: Eddie B & Harry Fraud – The Johnny Utah Story


Surf School artist Eddie B combines forces with producer Harry Fraud for a new collaborative projected titled The Johnny Utah Story.  The wordsmith serves up six new original songs for fans and also includes the instrumentals for each Harry Fraud produced track.  Take a look at the tracklisting provided for details and CLICK HERE to download Eddie B’s latest offering with The Johnny Utah Story. 

1.SPLASH (Prod. By Harry Fraud)
2.Phoenix (Prod. By Harry Fraud)
3.Let It Go (Prod. By Harry Fraud)
4.Nike Slogans (Prod. By Harry Fraud)
5.The Faith (Prod. By Harry Fraud)
6.Undermine (Prod. By Harry Fraud)
7.SPLASH (Instrumental)(Prod. By Harry Fraud)
8.Phoenix (Instrumental)(Prod. By Harry Fraud)
9.Let It Go (Instrumental)(Prod. By Harry Fraud)
10.Nike Slogans (Instrumental)(Prod. By Harry Fraud)
11.The Faith (Instrumental)(Prod. By Harry Fraud)
12.Undermine (Instrumental)(Prod. By Harry Fraud)

VIDEO: Curren$y – Making Of ‘The Stage’ | Jetflix Documentary


Jet Lifer and in-house videographer CJ Wallis delivers yet another visual and this time its in the form of a short documentary film titled “Making of The Stage.”  Follow along as the New Orleans native hits the airport from his hometown and takes a quick trip to New York for a book signing at Barnes & Noble with trendy streetwear brand Diamond Supply.  Afterwards, Wallis takes viewers behind-the-scenes as Curren$y links up with Smoke DZA and Harry Fraud for the creation of their upcoming collaborative EP titled The Stage.  Watch as Spitta finally hops back on a plane to New Orleans and gives fans a peek into his busy lifestyle.

NEWS: Curren$y Announces ‘The Stage’ w/ Smoke DZA & Harry Fraud


Jet Life head honcho Curren$y took to Twitter over the weekend and gave all his fans the heads up on an upcoming collaborative mixtape set to release soon with Smoke DZA and Harry Fraud.  Spitta clarified the project will be titled The Stage and will boast production strictly from New York producer Harry Fraud.  This will be the first time Curren$y and Harlem native Smoke DZA release a full mixtape together.


AUDIO: Curren$y – Audio Dope 4 (Prod. By Harry Fraud)


Though he just released his new compilation mixtape with his Jet Life crew entitled Red Eye Mixtape, the hot spitta keeps the freebies coming with “Audio Dope 4.”  The track also features production from New York producer Harry Fraud who the New Orleans native has had successful collaborations with in the past.  Take a listen below to hear Curren$y’s introspective raps over the silky smooth and mellow production which embodies somewhat of a Jay Z “Lost One” vibe.