Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa reunite over some soulful Harry Fraud production, trading bars on new single “90’ IROC-Z.”
This Friday, Curren$y Spitta and Harry Fraud are rejoining to drop off their pristine coordinated effort collection The Outrunners, a venture highlighting Jim Jones, Conway, Rick Ross and Wiz Khalifa. On that note, Khalifa is entrusted with holding it down on the venture’s pristine single “90′ IROC-Z,” which starts off with a smooth and tone-setting saxophone test.
Obviously the music has Curren$y in an intelligent state, as his stanza opens with a holler to a portion of rap’s fallen troopers – – specifically A$AP Yams and Nipsey Hussle. It doesn’t take more time for the mind-set to ease up, be that as it may, as Spitta returns to fundamentals. “I got a cool six pack and I don’t mean brew jars,” he raps. “Six terrible bitches coming to the lawn to tan, I had 28 grams of weed in the arrangement, I beat the competition n***a I’m the man.” Wiz Khalifa coordinates step with his 2009 associate, a characteristic over Harry Fraud’s creation – – despite the fact that he never entirely propels himself past assumptions expressively, he knows what his fans need and never neglects to convey.
Check it out for yourself now, and stay tuned for The Outrunners to drop in full this coming Friday.
I got a cold six pack and I don’t mean beer cans
Six bad bitches coming to the backyard to tan
I had twenty-eight grams of weed in the plan
I came out on top n***a I’m the man