Curren$y & Juvenile Come Together As 2 New Orleans Masters Of Rhyme (Audio)

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Curren$y and Juvenile are two proven journeymen of the New Orleans, Louisiana movement. Each MC has worked on at least two illustrious labels, been part of storied groups, and built dynamic catalogs that move minds and clubs alike.

Teaming with Brooklyn, New York producer Harry Fraud, Spitta and Juvy come together on “I Can’t Go Back.” The song celebrates how far each has come in careers that have not always been easy or fair. La Musica De Harry Fraud in this case is a sweet ’70s R&B vocal sample with a jazzy loop. The two unmistakably voiced MCs dive in and sound great together, 15 years after being perceived as opposites in the Cash Money/No Limit Records rivalry. Now, both artists are working with Lil Wayne (who would sign Curren$y to his Young Money imprint a decade ago), showing that there is great unity in the N.O. Rap community.

The ever-prolific Curren$y did not include this last week’s The Legend Of Harvard Blue mixtape, one of several released in 2016.