Living legend emcee Curren$y never disappoints when he is on the scene. Showing a more romantic side to his creativity, this rap god has blessed his fans with a fire new visual for his “Shout Out” video. This release serves as the lead single on the Jet Life CEO’s recent Collection Agency album available on all major digital streaming sites.
Produced by Curren$y‘s frequent collaborator Trauma Tone, “Shout Out” is a saxophone-driven jazzy song destined to serenade the ladies worldwide. One thing that is admirable is the fact that Curren$y does not have a problem showing off his gentlemen like steelo. When you pair his sauve demeanor with his steadfast lyrics, it is clear he is a vet in the game.
You will hear Curren$y courting a lady in a genuine and tasteful. He says things like “I could pull up with you a couple spots and have you poppin’ open the door for you, I know everybody watchin’.” He is not afraid to show the world who is captivating his mind on and off the screen.
In the video, directed by Yuset Pozo, Curren$y and Larry June have a great on camera charisma. As June adds his deep-voiced witticisms to the proceedings, you will see the two posted up on a rooftop with bottles of wine and beautiful women. In Curren$y’s world, no day is a dull moment.
Showing off the casual class of a typical night in their high-rolling lifestyles. “Shout Out” is Curren$y’s latest video from Collection Agency, following last week’s “Closing Date,” which showed off Spitta’s impressive car collection.
Packed with the hazy production and intricate rhymes that have been thrilling Curren$y fans for over a decade, Collection Agency finds the New Orleans native in his bag, spinning witticisms about his life of luxury and painting pictures with his detailed description.
The album features production from Harry Fraud, Dj.fresh, Trauma Tone, and more, who create a smooth and sumptuous sonic palette that borrows from ’80s electrofunk and quiet storm R&B.
Collection Agency is Curren$y’s first new project of 2021, following a yet another busy year for the veteran rapper. Press play below to stream his new “Shout Out” video.