Curren$y Net Worth: Curren$y is an American rapper with a net worth of $1.7 million dollars. Curren$y joined the 504 Boyz in 2002. He went to appear on several songs on Master P’s “Good Side, Bad Side” album and worked with Lil Wayne on a handful of tracks. Curren$y’s first mixtape, “Welcome Back”, released two years later in 2004. He continued to release mixtapes before dropping his debut album, “This Ain’t No Mixtape”, in 2009 with Amalgam Digital. Curren$y quickly released his follow up effort, “Jet Files”, later the same year. In 2010, Curren$y recorded and released “Pilot Talk”, this third studio album, which had appearances from Big K.R.I.T. and Snoop Dogg. He continued the trend of releasing two albums per year, dropping “Pilot Talk II” only before Thanksgiving. He switched to Warner Bros. Records for his fifth studio album, “Covert Coup”. A year later, he released “Muscle Car Chronicles”, a collaborative effort with Sean O’Connell. Between 2009 and 2012, Curren$y has released six studio albums with “Pilot Talk III” now slated for record. He created his own label, Jet Life Recordings, in 2011. He is worked with artists such as Trademark Da Skydiver, Smoke DZA, Fiend, and Mr. Marcelo.
Curren$y is a well-known American rapper located in New Orleans, Louisiana. Curren$y net worth is $1.7 million chiefly accrued from his earnings as a rapper affiliated to Master P’s No Limit Records. He’s a rapper who has dabbled in recording, collabos with most of the best rappers in the game as well releasing a massive ton of mixtapes.
Curren$y was born on April 4th 1981 and he got his important break when he was signed by no limitation records that’s possessed by Master P. his signing allowed him to feature in many of Master P’s songs, and this continued when he was signed by cash money records. Curren$y has released over three records that have done relatively well, earning him a sufficient amount of cash. These Contain This Aint No Mixtape And Jet Files.
At the moment, Curren$y is involved with a multitude of works, including his highly anticipated album Pilot Talk Iii, although his jobs are hindered by his ongoing legal problems with music producer Damon Dash who he accuses of releasing his music and profiting from it without his permission.