Curren$y Fires Up A 15-Year Old Ski Beatz Hit For Nas & Nature & Exhales Dope. (Audio)

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One can argue that Curren$y’s best music has been that which he made with Ski Beatz. While at the Def Jam-distributed DD172 (Dame Dash’s label), the New Orleans, Louisiana MC and the Original Flavor co-founder made two volumes of Pilot Talk, and revamped Spitta’s sound in the “Michael Knight” era, a far cry from “Where Da Cash At?”

While promoting the recently-released Canal Street Confidential, Curren$y appeared on Sway In The Morning. There, Sway and company asked the JetLife founder to kick a little something to a 15 year-old Ski jam. Spitta passed, as he wanted to put paper to paper and do it right (around 7:00 in the video below). Now taking the beat to Nature & Nas (both of The Firm) single “The Ultimate High,” Curren$y may have put this back in the air to enjoy in a whole new style. Notably, when this dropped on Trackmasters/Columbia, Curren$y was soon to be courted into Master P and No Limit Records’ second iteration of the 504 Boyz.

Related: Ski Beatz – Fly By ft Curren$y (Video)

Spitta takes the beat, and goes all in. For those who love it when the unconventional vocal style of Spitta hits a tighter pocket, this one’s for you. Moreover, the veteran’s famed bravado, smoothness, and detailed images especially shine in this so-called mixtape moment:

Should Spitta and Ski reunite already?

Nature’s been doing his thing lately too.

#BonusBeat: Watch Curren$y tell Sway, Heather B, and Rich Nice about moving away from blunts for health reasons in 2007, his album-making process, and where to really kick it in N’awlins:

Related: Curren$y Goes In the Booth and Supplies That Audio Dope (Video)