Curren$y, Harry Fraud drop “Sixty-Seven Turbo Jet” video

For the final track of the acclaimed 2012 EP, ‘Cigarette Boats.’

Good things come to those who wait. After six years, Curren$y and producer Harry Fraud have dropped a video for “Sixty-Seven Turbo Jet.”

The last song of the duo’s acclaimed 2012 EP Cigarette Boats, “Sixty-Seven Turbo Jet” got a video after all these years to mark the project’s upload to all streaming services this past weekend, not to mention its first ever vinyl pressing. The EP had previously only been available on SoundCloud.

Named EP of the year by XXL Magazine, Cigarette Boats was the beginning of a fruitful artistic friendship between the NOLA rapper and the New York producer, who met after working on a Smoke DZA project.

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“I had met Curren$y briefly for one second at a radio station, but that was the first time we really kicked it,” Harry Fraud recalled. “He just asked me to play some beats, and I played like five beats, and he was just like, ‘Yo, I need all of those. We gotta do a little EP with those.’” That’s how Cigarette Boats was born.

They continued to collaborate over the years, their most recent project together being the mixtape The Marina, which was released in May.

Check out the vibey video for “Sixty-Seven Turbo Jet” below:

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