Curren$y continues to deliver a slew of chill, straight-to-the-point visuals for his fans to enjoy. For his latest, he reaches back to Land Air Sea, his November release alongside Cash Fargo, to release a new clip for “Hedge Fund,” which sees him keeping with his usual “fly lifestyle” subject matter that should be an inspirational to us all:
“Bobby Axelrod, was my rise to power ill-gotten or was this an act of God? Game time a breeze for me ’cause I train through the week, fool, and I practice hard, now who the fuck is y’all? Think all I talk is cars, nah, bitch, that’s all you saw, million dollar worth and that’s just two coupes on my lawn, multiplied by two, my double R’s, so that’s like four in all, don’t let me lose you, dog, she going through withdrawals because I don’t accept her calls…”
Courtesy of Kewe Ukpolo and Polo Vision Media, viewers can catch Curren$y chilling at his Jet Life shop, where supporters can be seen checking out a new jacket from his collection. Meanwhile, the New Orleans veteran shows off his ever-changing collection of cars, all of which are being detailed throughout.
A mere month after the release of Land Air Sea, Curren$y liberated the fourth installment of his well-received Pilot Talk series, which contained 10 cuts (all produced by Ski Beats) and a single feature from Jay Electronica. Prior to that, he brought us the following bodies of work in 2021 — The Collection Agency, Welcome to Jet Life Recordings 2 with his Jet Life collective, Highest in Charge with Trauma Tone, Matching Rolexes with Kino Beats, Still Stoned On Ocean, the sequel to 2016’s Stoned On Ocean, and Regatta, an 8-track joint effort with Harry Fraud. It would be remiss not to also include Spitta’s NFT project Financial District in celebration of 4/20.
Press play on “Hedge Fund” below.