Curren$y Comes Through In The Low Rider For "Billy Ocean"

Mitch Findlay
March 08, 2018 11:02

Curren$y delivers West Coast inspired visuals for "Billy Ocean."

Any song that has the phrase "Rest In Peace Nate Dog" is destined for greatness. Curren$y's "Billy Ocean" is no exception. While the iconic stoner emcee hails from New Orleans, he's certainly adept at moving with respect in all circles. In these new visuals, Spitta is all about the low riders, harkening back to some of the genre's classic clips like Xzibit's "Front 2 Back" and Dr. Dre's "Still Dre." And while low rider culture is largely associated with the West Coast, Curren$y's latest proves that New Orleans can hold their own. Clearly, Curren$y adheres to the classic "Next Episode" mantra of "Smoke Weed Everyday." If you're a fan of classic cars, you'll find much to love about "Billy Ocean."

Remember, Curren$y's upcoming Back At Burnie's is dropping next Friday. The rapper has been quietly coming through with quality for years now, and while he may not be the flashiest, Curren$y has gone beyond the confines of mere "stoner-rap." The lyricist has withstood the test of time, and "Billy Ocean" is a testament to his versatility and nationwide respect.

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