Curren$y - Talk My Sh*t

Posted 3 years ago
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Thelonious Martin
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Last week, Curren$y teased his fanbase by announcing plans to release a new street album on Halloween, but revealing nothing further than the project’s title and a brief trailer featuring snippets of two tracks. Today, we get our first real taste of the set in the form of Talk My Sh*t, a new single which doubles as a RubyHornet Closed Sessions exclusive. On Talk My Sh*t, Closed Sessions vet Thelonious Martin down-pitches an oft-flipped sample from Syl Johnson’s Different Strokes (also heard in Kanye West‘s The Joy) as Spitta boasts about his animal magnetism, his business acumen and his knack for putting clowns six feet under. Has this musical bull session left you craving more? Then be sure to freely cop digital LP Priest Andretti when it hits the ‘net tomorrow, October 31 for free download.

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