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The Stoned Immaculate

by Curren$y

The Stoned Immaculate by Curren$y

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The Stoned Immaculate

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Label: Warner Bros.
Curren$y claims that The Stoned Immaculate is his first "real" album, but it sounds no different from his other retail releases. He continues to follow the blueprint of cash-and-hoes metaphors and ambient "cloud" beats established on 2010's excellent Pilot Talk. These songs are buttery smooth, and Curren$y makes flipping rhymes look too easy; he doesn't infuse his baller's tales with the same dramatic pomp as, say, Rick Ross. It often takes a guest star to spice up the track, whether it's Wale on "What It Look Like," Marsha Ambrosius on "Take You There" or 2 Chainz on "Capitol."

About This Album

Curren$y claims that The Stoned Immaculate is his first "real" album, but it sounds no different from his other retail releases. He continues to follow the blueprint of cash-and-hoes metaphors and ambient "cloud" beats established on 2010's excellent Pilot Talk. These songs are buttery smooth, and Curren$y makes flipping rhymes look too easy; he doesn't infuse his baller's tales with the same dramatic pomp as, say, Rick Ross. It often takes a guest star to spice up the track, whether it's Wale on "What It Look Like," Marsha Ambrosius on "Take You There" or 2 Chainz on "Capitol."

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About This Album

Curren$y claims that The Stoned Immaculate is his first "real" album, but it sounds no different from his other retail releases. He continues to follow the blueprint of cash-and-hoes metaphors and ambient "cloud" beats established on 2010's excellent Pilot Talk. These songs are buttery smooth, and Curren$y makes flipping rhymes look too easy; he doesn't infuse his baller's tales with the same dramatic pomp as, say, Rick Ross. It often takes a guest star to spice up the track, whether it's Wale on "What It Look Like," Marsha Ambrosius on "Take You There" or 2 Chainz on "Capitol."