Umbrella Symphony

Curren$y & LNDN DRGS - Umbrella Symphony
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May 10, 2019 / Release Date
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A lowkey and brief release from Spitta, who is playing it very under-the-radar this year, as opposed to his usual copious lengthy releases per-year. LNDN has always been an underrated great and his work here shines as some of the best Curren$y's had to work with in the last 2 years, with the exception of Alchemist. Even if you're not a Jay Worthy fan, the other emcee who appears on every track, you'll have to admit the 2 are a good match and both kill their respective verses.
At this point you know what you are getting out of Curren$y every time, so you're checking for releases to see how the beats are, and these beats are luscious. Much like how Cigarette Boats made me an instant fan of Harry Fraud, I will undoubtably be checking for LNDN DRGS projects in the future, starting with an instrumental version of this EP if and when it (hopefully) drops.

Key tracks: "Ghetto Gospel", "Payback", "Umbrella Symphony"
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Added on: May 10, 2019