Curren$y shares video for “1 Luv (Roll The Credits)”
The rapper drops off the video for the outro track from ‘The Director’s Cut.’
Fresh off the release of his “Vintage Haze” visual featuring Larry June, Curren$y swings back around to drop yet another video from The Director’s Cut for “1 Luv (Roll The Credits).” The song is the outro track from his collab project with Harry Fraud, where he raps effortlessly about staying on top of his game this year:
“Ever since I ever been wrote East Side on my sh*t, gotta represent anywhere I ever went. Trunk on my Chevy made it clear, candy painted. Dedicated to my time ‘cause I love it here. Oh, this my year, everybody say the same thing, only a few put effort forth to prove true what they claim. I’m one of them, mayne, strongest link in the chain. Me and my little bro do business plans of champagne.”
Curren$y has already revealed “News On Mute” and “White Ashes” from the project prior to the releases of “Vintage Haze” and “1 Luv (Roll The Credits).” In more recent news, Curren$y linked up with Wiz Khalifa and Big K.R.I.T on Smoke DZA’s “Santos Party House,” which dropped last month. Despite the whirlwind 2020 has been, he hasn’t broken his known streak of consistency, as he went on to release The Tonite Show with Curren$y with DJ Fresh, Spring Clean with Fuse, 3 Piece Set, Smokin’ Potnas with Fendi P, and The Green Tape with Cardo this year.
This year, Harry Fraud shared a slew of a collaboration projects, including the recent drop with Larry June titled Keep Going, and also Glass 2.0 with Mayhem Lauren and Eat When You’re Hungry, Sleep When You’re Tired with Jay Worthy earlier this year. The Outrunners with Curren$y came in July with the aforementioned The Director’s Cut later in September.
Watch the new video for Curren$y’s “1 Luv (Roll The Credits)” down below.
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