Will Curren$y Clothing Exceed Expectations?
A lot of speculations were made surrounding if
Curren$y Clothing would become successful in the future. The competitions in the urban clothing community are fierce. Curren$y Clothing would have to compete with Taylor Gang Clothing and Mac Miller Clothing. In case you didn’t know, Curren$y is a hip hop artist from New Orlean who was once part of Cash Money Records. He had a single with Lil Wayne and Remy Ma titled “Where The Cash At” which received little to no promotion. Curren$y made the best choice by dropping out of Cash Money and picked the independent route. He had a short partnership with Fly Society with Terry Kennedy until the relationship went sour.
Curren$y started working non-stop dropping mixtapes after mixtapes with creative graphic arts for each one. Curren$y shirts were made for sale to support his career and lavish lifestyle. His Jet Life movement became really popular in the underground hip hop scene. He gains momentum through the years by dropping highly acclaimed mixtapes like Smokee Robison and Return to the Winners Circle. Curren$y Jets Clothing looks like it might stand a chance at selling out in mainstream clothing stores.
Curren$y Jets Clothing
I can understand how Curren$y’s lyrics can go over listener heads with his complex rhyme structures. His delivery sounds pretty redundant at times. He spits continuously on a song and don’t seem to bother with creating catchy chorus. Many fans appreciate the fact that he doesn’t make songs tailor to the radio stations. Jets Clothing by Curren$y continue to grow as he released new mixtapes. My favorite mixtapes from Curren$y is actually a collaboration tape between himself and Wiz Khalifa. The mixtape is titled “How Fly” and it featured 15 tracks that are tailor made for smoking. I enjoy listening to the tape immensely in my new Covert Coupe.
Don’t hesitate to buy Curren$y Clothing because the designs on their shirts are very unique. I like the shirts with the phrase “Jet Life Till the Next Life” and “Where Haven’t We Been.” I appreciate the fact that the shirts’ designs were based on Curren$y lyrics and catch phrases. The only place I wouldn’t feel comfortable wearing Curren$y shirts is in Pakistan where jets get shot down by insurgent. I don’t think political leaders listen to Curren$y music.
Curren$y Jets Clothing can be worn by teenagers of all age. Jet Life Clothing doesn’t discriminate against age or race. A lot of people asked me what my favorite Curren$y album is, and I tell them Pilot Talk every time. I like the fact that the majority of the album is produced by Ski Beatz. I just think Ski Beatz is an underrated producer whom skills developed over the years. The beats are live replay of old songs. The reason why producers use real life instrumentation to replay the melodies on a sample so they don’t have to paid royalty fees. The chemistry between Curren$y and Ski Beatz is undeniable. I’m glad Dame Dash hook the two musicians up together to create a classic album for smoking.
If you support Jets Clothing by Curren$y then by some Curren$y shirts before he comes to perform in your city.