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Curren$y and Jermaine Dupri Announce Album

New Orleans emcee Curren$y has dropped some of the dopest collaborative projects in recent history. After dropping projects with the likes of Wiz Khalifa, Smoke DZA, The Alchemist, and Harry Fraud, Curren$y is known for adding his slick style to any track. 

Last week it was announced that Curren$y and Jermaine Dupri have something up their sleeve, as they announced they are working on a collaborative project of their own. Curren$y landed on JD’s radar after dropping his single “Jermaine Dupri” in honor of the Atlanta hitmaker. 

According to Spitta, the duo has been working well together as they already have some tracks ready in the vault. 

“We already 5 records up,” Curren$y revealed on Instagram on Sunday (October 10) as he shared a photo of him and Jermaine Dupri inside the lab. “imma slide around in these cars for a bit and get back to it.”

JD has also gave an update on the collab project with fans on his Instagram. On Tuesday (October 12), the Atlanta legend posted a snippet of a track while the two were in the lab. 

“The good old days I talk about with my son/When you camped outside the store if you wanted Jordans/Shit changed, get strange when your homies thinking that you rich, mane/N-ggas might steal thangs,” Curren$y raps as he and JD nod their heads in unison.

What do you think about a collab with the Jet Life General and the So So Def founder? Stay tuned here for more. 

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