The Rap-Up returns with the latest from Thelonious Martin, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, and more.
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$y’s twenty-fifth mixtape since 2004 according to his Wikipedia. The project came and went like a Tim Duncan boxscore of 21 and 10 in […]
Tosten Burks is the Thelonious super microphonist. After blessing Curren$y with a set of dazed, grainy loops that form the backbone of Drive-In Theatre, Spitta’s best tape since he talked like a Pilot, Thelonious Martin – 21, bushy beard, bushier eyebrows, flowered bucket hat – is poised for a solid 2014. For one, he actually […]
Max Bell also enjoys the New Beverly theatre.  After 30 plus projects, summarizing and/or describing the tropes of Curren$y’s music seems futile. The kush is from L.A. and the wax is from the Bay. The kicks are dead stock, the finest vintage. The money, classic cars and women keep moving. I know, you know, and Curren$y […]