If Curren$y didn't smoke so many blunts in his videos and sound high all the time, you could probably make the case for him being a "car rapper" more than a "weed rapper." OK, maybe not, but Spitta does rap about his whips just as much as he does his kush. He also likes to load his music videos with footage of weed and cars. So there, you get my point. And if you don't, watch the visuals for Verde Terrace highlight "Ways to Kill Em" and argue otherwise. You can't. You also can't argue against the fact that Curren$y's both prolific and consistent, a rare quality if there ever was one.
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