Along with having one of the most prolific mixtape runs in hip-hop history, Curren$y's video catalog is up there as well. Just two days after putting out his "Canal Street Boys" video, the Hot Spitta offers up another visual in the form of an animated treatment for the Rick Ross-assisted track "Dope Boys."

Written, drawn and animated by CJ Wallis, the Jet Life head honcho takes a break from the 'normal everyday dealings' videos of recent and goes with a cartoon spin on the track.

Both Rozay and Spitta appear in animated form for the black-and-white clip which has a film noir vibe and shows Andretti dealing in trafficking by way of the airlines.

This is the second video Curren$y has put out this week and the eighth video he has released in the last two months. This year, might be his most productive year yet, as he has already outpaced his then personal best year in 2008 when he put out seven projects.

Spitta has put out a mind blowing eight mixtapes already in 2016 solidifying his status as the weed don't make you lazy spokesperson. He is literally on pace to drop more projects than months in the year. He is showing no signs of slowing down. Though there has been no word on if he will drop an official album in 2016, fans have definitely been getting all the free music they can handle, and then some.

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