On Thursday (March 30), the Atlanta superproducer shared the news via Instagram, with a clip of the trio in the studio together. “Midnight @spitta_andretti X Jermaine Dupri X @ti ‘Never Fall Off,'” he wrote in the post’s caption.
Curren$y and Jermaine Dupri offer up a track that can best be described as a relaxed vibe laced with a firm edge throughout the three-and-a-half minute track.
“I raise my hands to the lord/ I pray I never fall off,” the pair rap, hoping their run at the top never comes to an end. “I wish the same for my dogs/ Money won’t break us apart.”
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For Motivational Use Only is set to hit the streets on Tuesday (April 4). The duo revealed their release date last month —which also coincides with Curren$y’s birthday — as well as providing more insight into the project while attending Elliott Wilson’s “TIDAL Check-In” on Twitter Spaces.
“Live and direct right here, right now, since everybody’s been asking when the album coming out… 404,” JD confirmed. “The date of this album is on 4/04. That’s Spitta’s birthday.”
Curren$y added: “That’s 404 day for Atlanta and my birthday for the whole muthafuckin’ world.”
Dupri went on to say that this is just the first of three installments in their collaborative series, with the first project clocking in at seven tracks. “He just talked to me about dropping another record on 5/04,” Dupri said in honor of Spitta’s hometown of New Orleans, whose area code is 504.
“Yeah, so we dropping on muthafuckin’ Atlanta day, 4/04. Even though that’s my birthday, I want my damn area code to have some music,” Curren$y said.
The album will serve as Curren$y’s first project of 2023 following a very prolific 2022, while Dupri’s last full-length release, Instructions, arrived back in 2001.
In other news, the duo recently announced a concert at The Eastern in Atlanta, GA, on April 7th in support of their project. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. ET, and the show begins at 8:30 p.m. ET.