The album has been in development ever since, with Currensy, in various interviews, naming possible guest appearances from , , Wiz Khalifa, , , Action Bronson, , , and , with a majority of the production handled by Ski Beatz, along with some production from. In 2016, the rapper issued over a dozen mixtapes, including collaborative efforts with the Alchemist The Carrollton Heist , Purps Bourbon Street Secrets , and Sledgren Revolver. On January 19, 2015, Currensy posted the album's possible artwork on his account, created by David Barnett, who was also responsible for the artwork of the first two Pilot Talk albums. Prior to the album's release, there was news of Pilot Talk being released under a newly relaunched. However, Currensy stated in interviews with both and that the album would be released under 's record label division, BluRoc Records and distributed through.
However, he also hinted at the album may be up for streaming. The brand was originally planned as a line of apparel, but evolved into a music label as the rapper's relationship with Young Money soured. While still at Young Money, Currensy created Fly Society with skateboarder , first as a clothing company, then expanding to release music. He released a mixtape entitled Welcome Back in 2004. Later on, in 2004, Currensy signed with and 's. On April 21, 2012 the track listing for The Stoned Immaculate was released.
League and Pharrell, was back for the rapper's 2012 street release, The Stoned Immaculate. With the return of the project to varying streaming outlets like and , the two artists hope to gain a new generation of audiences that might have missed out on the tape previously. Currensy made numerous appearances on labelmate ' debut studio album, , which was released on September 21, 2010. The -released 15-track tape still remains a hard-hitting project, with some fantastic verses over spiced-up beats. First released in 2009, the mixtape was originally released during what many call the golden-era of mixtapes, where projects like such blurred the lines between mixtapes and albums. He featured in Lil Wayne's Dedication, , The Suffix and several unreleased songs while with Young Money. Currensy himself appears on three tracks.
Currensy's third album, , was released on July 13, 2010. Currensy has several songs with incarcerated friend , and was featured on the late 's album,. This album was entirely produced by Monsta Beatz. Every track on this album features Young Roddy and. Released for free via Currensy's official website on April 20, the album contains ten songs completely produced by. The bundle was available for pre-order on the Jet Life website, which also confirmed that it will not be released on iTunes.
You can discover or re-listen to the How Fly mixtape below. On February 1, 2011, it was announced that Currensy signed a label deal with for his imprint, Jet Life Recordings. On February 3, 2013, Currensy released his latest mixtape New Jet City with guest appearances from Wiz Khalifa, , , , , and among others. . On February 4, 2014, Currensy took to Twitter to announce a release date for The Drive In Theatre, it was released on February 14, 2014. The rest of the mixtape was produced by frequent collaborator Monsta Beatz. He remained with Young Money until late 2007.
In January 2013, Currensy said that due to these same legal issues, the mixtape would likely become a retail album. It was set for release on April 4, 2015. Beatz, along with the J. Currensy appeared on 5 songs in Master P's album, released in 2004. The album featured guest appearances by , and , amongst others, with most of the songs produced by.
In 2008, Currensy released Independence Day, his first project after leaving Young Money and the first of seven mixtapes to be released that year while he struck out as an independent artist. In 2007, another mixtape was released entitled Life at 30,000 Feet. On October 31, 2012 he released the mixtape Priest Andretti. He will release a new tape with , titled Live in Concert. Amalgam Digital released physical copies of This Ain't No Mixtape and Jet Files on May 31, 2010.
Archived from on April 10, 2010. On January 17, 2013, Currensy announced on Twitter that he and Ski Beatz began the process of making. The stopgap release Weekend at Burnie's followed in 2011, with the retro backing tracks coming from producer Monsta Beatz. In November 2012 Currensy gave an update on his and Wiz Khalifa's mixtape Live in Concert saying its release is being held up by sample issues. He released 12 mixtapes in 2016. . .
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