Curren$y Tries Out A Pepped Up Flow With Thelonious Martin On House Shoes (Video)

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On the slightly controversial (from a legal standpoint) release Muscle Car Chronicles, Curren$y worked extensively with live musicians, placing his flow in multiple pockets along the way. Especially with live drumming, Spitta Andretti has a style and presentation that just says New Orleans. On “House Shoes,” Curren$y stays in his realm of talking about stealin’ girls and parking expensive transportation, but with Thelonious Martin keeping time, Spitta shifts it into high-gear and revs up on the smooth beat like it was the open road. Think there’s more of this to come?

This jazzy number is rumored to be a likely inclusion on Pilot Talk 3.

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