|A Year in the Life of Douglas Martin: 2017 Edition||February 6, 2018|
|Audio Dope: A Personalized Guide To The Best of Curren$y||February 22, 2017|
Douglas Martin takes a much needed deep dive into the prolific world of Curren$y.
|The Rap Up: Week of October 28||October 28, 2016|
The internet's best rap column is back with new ones from Boogie, Drake, Curren$y, and more.
|The Rap-Up: Week of Feb. 19th||February 18, 2016|
|A Jet Life Liturgy: Curren$y’s Cathedral EP||August 7, 2015|
|Curren$y & Ski Beatz Get Lifted: “Briefcase”||February 11, 2015|
Harold Stallworth has a style for every bump in your face. There’s somber darkness, and then there’s unsettling darkness. For an artist like Curren$y, always malleable to his producers’ creative vision, it spells the difference between sounding like an enlightened stoner or a gumshoe detective. He generally traffics in the former, but his latest single, […]
|Winter Mix: Harold Stallworth||January 7, 2015|
|Passion of The Weiss Staff Favorite Songs of Summer 2014 Part One||October 10, 2014|
Asking music writers to agree on one thing is an impossible task. Some think Young Thug’s otherworldly yelps ruled the summer while others would prefer he return to his home planet. One thing you can depend on is most of these tunes will inspire unrestrained dancing all the way into autumn. See below for our […]
Harold Stallworth is a national treasure. Last Wednesday, on the mid-Atlantic leg of Curren$y’s “Drive-In Theatre” tour, a few things were immediately apparent. First, the only great entrée to be had at Howard Theatre, the cajun shrimp and grits, had been temporarily stricken from their balcony menu. Second, the production featured on Drive-In Theatre, while […]
|The Big Fundamental: Curren$y Drops Five Videos at Once||June 30, 2014|
After six years of putting out music on the Internet, Spitta Andretti is reaching Tim Duncan status: his consistency is boring. This year’s The Drive In Theatre, released in February, is Curren$y’s twenty-fifth mixtape since 2004 according to his Wikipedia. The project came and went like a Tim Duncan boxscore of 21 and 10 in […]