ARTISTE PROFILE CELEBRITY GOSSIP ENTERTAINMENT HIP HOP MOVIES & MUSIC MUSIC NEW SONG ALERT CURREN$Y REVEALS A 6-ALBUM RELEASE SCHEDULE By Admin Posted on 2 weeks ago 3 min read 0 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Curren$y has revealed the release dates for his next six albums, which include an Alchemist collaboration and "Pilot Talk 4." Curren$y has revealed the release dates for his next six albums, which include an Alchemist collaboration and "Pilot Talk 4." By Adeniyi Onaara Curren$y has revealed the release dates for his next six albums, which include an Alchemist collaboration and “Pilot Talk 4.” Curren$y Spitta recently released his outstanding Highest In Charge album, which was entirely produced by Trauma Tone. If you missed it, be sure to read it right here — it’s well worth your time, especially if you like Spitta’s casual yet deliberate manner. While a single album may suffice for a lesser emcee, it is not Curren$y’s style. The New Orleans rapper has always been lauded for his prolific work ethic, and he recently disclosed that he was working on six new projects. with the objective of completing them all by the end of the year, no less. He resorted to Twitter yesterday to outline his ambitious plan, offering dates and information about what’s to come. Kino Beats’ Matching Rolexes is set to be released on September 17th. On October 8th, Still Stoned Ocean will be released. Regatta, a new joint release with Harry Fraud, will be released on October 29th. The following track is Land Air Sea, which was entirely produced by Cash Fargo. In December, the highly anticipated Alchemist-produced Half Moon Bay will be released on the 10th, while a fan-favorite series will continue with Pilot Talk 4 on the 24th, also produced by Ski Beats. With no reason to suppose Curren$y will depart from the plan (he says he’s “exactly on time”), expect the productive run to continue as 2021 comes to a conclusion. Is there anyone in the game who can deliver great content at the same rate as Spitta? Give this man a medal and the classic car of his choice.