Watch Andrew Barber’s six-part conversation with Curren$y, which tells the stories behind the iconic rapper’s success, independence and longevity.
Curren$y is nothing if not prolific, as evidenced by this career-spanning playlist, complete with commentary by Andrew Barber.
Curren$y is a survivor. Having emerged in an era when music was still consumed on compact discs and video budgets were six figures or better, he made his debut as part of the 504 Boyz on Master P’s No Limit Records. But Curren$y joined the roster in 2002, just as the label’s tank started running low. After appearing on the second 504 Boyz album and several Master P album cuts, he left the label without ever dropping a solo project.