Just when you thought Curren$y was about to take a chill pill after the release of his tenth studio album The Out Runners, he came through in the clutch with the announcement of the project’s follow up, The Director’s Cut. Rightfully so, Jet Lifers across the world rejoiced knowing that they have even more audio dope to add to their libraries.
Linking up with well respected and longtime collaborator Harry Fraud yet again, The Director’s Cut is most certainly one for the books and shouldn’t be overlooked in the slightest bit. If you’ve been sleep on this dynamic duo, now would be the perfect time to wake up.
I’m glad I went so hard when I was younger.... as an OG it’s acceptable for me to take a nap ahhahha— Spitta (@CurrenSy_Spitta) September 7, 2020
Apparently, The Director’s Cut was initially meant to serve as the deluxe version to The Out Runners, but Spitta took to Instagram to announce that he and the SRFSCHL owner are serving this project as a brand new pack of jams:
“9/18 me and @harryfraud strike back it’s not a deluxe album it’s the directors cut of an underground film, that garnered a nice bit of mainstream notoriety .... #theoutrunnersDirectorsCut alternate ending, added scenes, secret characters and verses unlocked..... we ridin out on Friday new visuals as well!”
Packed with a fresh nine records, The Director’s Cut features three guest appearances from the likes of Trippie Red, Larry June, and two of Hip Hop’s OG’s Snoop Dogg and Styles P.
This is a great day for Jet Lifers across the world with Spitta’s latest effort and now his legacy is even further stamped. In a recent sit down with DJ First Class, the New Orleans legend spoke on his relationship with Harry Fraud, being the most consistent rapper in Hip Hop alongside Gucci Mane, and being open to working on Fetti 2 with Freddie Gibbs and Alchemist.
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