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Currensy Drops Two New Songs “Skateboard P” and “I Think She Like Me”

Jet Life Recordings
Jet Life Recordings

With 4/20 around the corner, Curren$y is blessing fans with a new project, The Fo’ 20 Massacre. The project will feature Spitta rhyming over other rappers’ beats. The former XXL Freshman releases two new cuts off The Fo’ 20 Massacre today (April 19).

The first record finds Curren$y rapping over Madeintyo’s hit single “Skateboard P,” a track that Tyo released last summer. For Curren$y’s version, the veteran rapper is as smooth as ever as he spits about his affinity for weed and rolling blunts with Lil Wayne.

“Get to my pool I rolled a joint and told Lil Wayne to pull up/He played skate against Stevie Williams I think they bet like a million somethin’/Big cake, big knife, it’s like dog we eatin’ off big plates/Buyin’ Ferraris and tourin’ off these mixtapes,” he raps.

For the second record, the NOLA native raps over the instrumental for Rick Ross’ “I Think She Like Me” single that’s featured on Rozay’s stellar album, Rather You Than Me.

Curren$y also recently announced his new Jet Life sneaker with Reebok Classic. He officially launched the Reebok Classic x Jet Life Club C 85 back in February. You can cop the sneaker online from Sneaker Politics for $100.

Listen to Curren$y’s two new tracks below.

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