For the first time in years, January was a better month than December for hip hop. At the close of the year, hip hop fans finally got their albums from Wiz Khalifa, Game, Big Boi, and the others. However, the biggest draw was January’s Long.Live.A$AP, the debut album from A$AP Rocky, and a host of mixtapes.
Joe Moses, Vado, Casey Veggies, YG, Juelz Santana, and Curren$y are among the number of artists who dropped mixtapes in January. New Jet City was met with a strong fan reaction. The mixtape features appearances from some of the biggest names in the game, including Rick Ross.
A New Orleans native, Curren$y talked to Mikey T The Movie Star for AllHipHop.com about several topics. Of course, New Jet City was at the top of the list, with Curren$y calling the project “free advertising.” Curren$y also talked about C