Curren$y reimagines Sheck Wes’ “Mo Bamba”

Off his latest mixtape, ‘Weed & Instrumentals 3.’

Jet Life Recordings’ head honcho Curren$y has put his own spin on Sheck Wes’ “Mo Bamba.”

Titled “Eastside Obama,” the track finds Spitta boasting about his wealth over the menacing 16yrold-produced beat. But even though the rapper’s already swimming in cash, Curren$y claims there are more things he wants to achieve in life, like  buying “another crib, another plane, backyard, another fence.” He also drops words of wisdom to aspiring rappers: Want to make it big? Then “hustle,” “carve [your] own lane” and “never be afraid.”

The rework appears on his latest mixtape, Weed & Instrumentals 3, which also features Curren$y slinging rhymes over Playboi Carti’s “FlatBed Freestyle,” Mobb Deep’s “The Realest” and OutKast’s 1998 hit, “Aquemini.”

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