Curren$y blessed fans with a ten track mixtape called The Champagne Files, which found Spitta going in like back in the day. One of the tape's highlights comes in the form of Harry Fraud produced "1942," which finds Currsen$y rhyming over some wild fanfare. Between this track and Meek Mill's "1942 Flows," it would appear that the year 1942 is apparently making a comeback. Coincidence, or a matter of great minds thinking alike?
Curren$y continues to kick his dope vernacular, peddling street wisdom while sounding cool, calm, and collected. If you're feeling this, I highly recommend checking out the entire tape, as there's most definitely more where that came from.