Curren$y is on a whole new level with his joint EP with Cash Fargo, "Land Air Sea" now available on a limited edition double splatter vinyl!
Produced entirely by Jet Life producer Cash Fargo, Spitta Andretti touches down with 5 new tracks including “Hedge Fund” and “They & Them”. Guests include Fiend (“Axe Capital”), Fendi P (“Shark Tank”), and Cruz (“Investment Strategy”).
Land Air Sea is one of the many releases from Curren$y in 2021 including Regatta, Still Stoned On Ocean, Matching Rolexes, Highest In Charge, Collection Agency, and the Jet Life compilation album, Welcome To Jet Life Recordings 2.
Describing himself as a "producer first that likes to DJ and rap second" The rise to success was slow and steady for Indianapolis born and raised Cash Fargo, who started out as a producer for early up and coming rappers from his hometown.Born January 7th, 1989 Cameron Hairston would move to New York first to get his feet wet in the production world, and then Los Angeles, California where he met 808 Mafia's Southside and would produce "Carlos Slim" for Riff Raff. After leaving 808 Mafia during the time of the production of Canal Street Confidential album for Curren$y Cash Fargo would find himself at a crossroads, did he want to stay in Los Angeles, or move to New Orleans to be closer to his Jet Life team members, one brief conversation with Curren$y led him down to New Orleans where he would produce over 30 records for Jet Life artists' T.Y, Fendi P and Curren$y. Not one to give up on his own side projects, you can sometimes catch him releasing his version of DJ Screw inspired Blend Tapes, a craft in which he says he learned from growing up in Indianapolis, Indiana. "We have our own style of blending in Naptown (Indianapolis)" he says "Dj Gus, Dj Black, and Dj World, those are the guys i grew up listening to" and also instrumental projects. Rapper first, Producer second he also releases and guest appears on projects. He says "I started as a rapper first but I needed beats. I ended up getting really good at it" Lets see what Cash Fargo will do next...