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Pilot Talk II

Curren$y

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Album Review

Call it anything but Pilot Talk II, and Currensy’s second effort of 2010 is just straight-up solid, but put this sequel up against the original Pilot Talk — released just five months previously — and the nitpicking begins. Some tracks — the few that barely cross the two-minute mark — feel like loose ideas or interludes; plus, the overall feel of the album is so blunted, it’s almost a mood piece, designed to provide cerebral hip-hop stoners their perfect soundtrack. That’s not enough to sway the haters, but fans wouldn’t mind if the underground and alternative rap star got ever more fragmented and narrow, and with the smart and innovative Ski Beatz handling the bulk of the production once again, they certainly won’t mind Pilot Talk II. Spacy dreams of flight like the opening “Airborne Aquarium” alternate with more traditional numbers like the street single “Michael Knight,” which is packed with meaningful verses and a memorable chorus. “Fashionably Late” comes with a brilliant, yet subtle, Souls of Mischief reference, and as far as features, the Wu-Tang’s Raekwon is strong on the “Michael Knight” remix while Young Roddy threatens to steal the show during “Flight Briefing.” Highly desirable for Currensy fans who like his material at its most loose and free, just don’t start here.

Biography

Born: 04 April 1981 in New Orleans, LA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Thanks to his smart lyrics, the Louisiana-based Curren$y landed a label deal in 2003, but it took three labels and seven years of underground releases before the rapper made his official debut. Born Shante Anthony Franklin and raised in New Orleans, Curren$y was originally signed to Master P’s No Limit label, but in 2005 he made the move to Lil Wayne and Birdman’s Cash Money imprint, Young Money. He appeared on Wayne’s Tha Carter II album that same year, then in 2006, Curren$y's “Where da Cash At”...
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