Quality or quantity? This debate has ravaged mankind for centuries. Personally, I say why not both? Curren$y the Hot Spitta has been flooding the market with dope music since his early days under No Limit and Young Money. Now with his own Jet Life crew, Spitta is ready to go from sidekick to superhero with his self-proclaimed “first real album,” The Stoned Immaculate.
Curren$y is one of those artists with a signature sound. Known for his chill, laid back songs, he frequently works with producers Ski Beatz and Monsta Beatz. Unfortunately Ski is nowhere to be found but Monsta appears with the tracks “Armoire” and “Sunroof.” What Spitta does really well on this album is taking his sound that his fans have grown to love through his previous projects, and turns it up to 11. He gets help from frequent Jet Life producer, Cardo, while also expanding to big name producers like JUSTICE League and The Neptunes. He even gets a beat from West Coast legend Daz on “Fast Cars, Faster Women.” He keeps it interesting by switching up the tempo and style every few tracks, but still produces a cohesive project.