Curren$y, a rapper coming out of New Orleans, has been in the game for quite some time now. From his time in Young Money Cash Money to his appearance in XXL top Freshmen list. In his time in the rap game he has linked up with many artists especially in his mix tapes ( Wiz Khalifa, Big Sean etc.) releasing great songs for people to hear.  He has also released albums that have helped him achieve the fan base he has now. Just yesterday he released an album titled The Stoned Immaculate, but is this album enough to push him to the top?

Wiz Khalifa dropped this chill, roll up joint that is “Flowers.” It’s a rolling blunts affair anytime Wiz Khalifa pairs up with Curren$y and Big Sean.
The other day Wiz dropped some more knowledge for the rollers in”O.T.T.R.” Check it out and download below:

Wiz Khalifa – “Flowers” feat. Curren$y, Big Sean

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Wiz Khalifa, Curren$y & Big Sean – “O.T.T.R”

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New visuals for Tinie Tempah’s lead single off Disc-Overy. Tempah has been taking over the US in 2011 and I expect to hear more of that UK flow throughout the rest of the year.

There’s something about Tinie Tempah’s vocals that has me hooked. I love his accent, sure, and his flow is smooth, but I can’t quite point to it. I thought he was lame at first, but now I like him without an explanation. Just accept that you’re hooked, I tell myself.

 

Wiz Khalifa graces the cover of The Source

Wiz Khalifa has come a long way since his first Show and Prove debut album. He went from being signed to Warner Bros in 2007 to being signed with Atlantic Records. His career grew strong after his mixtape Kush and Orange Juice release. This mixtape definitely acted like a disease and spread throughout America. Did this young rapper think he would one day grace the cover of The Source? Well, if there is a good piece of advice other aspiring artists can take is “Believe in Make Believe.”
Unfortunately he doesn’t have any