Curren$y + Rick Ross – Dope Boys | Music Video
Spitta Andretti, usually known as Curren$y, returns with a FortyFPS-produced visual for his song, “Dope Boys”, featuring Rick Ross. For more on where “Dope Boys” comes from, visit Curren$y’s Jet Life FilmsBourbon Street Secrets mixtape.
“Dope Boys”, song produced by Purps, opens with earnest, yet slightly ominous acoustic guitar. It has a rather relaxing vibe, the backdrop tinkling but not childlike. The two rappers appear to share street stories, whereby life is at a fast pace, and you do not know for sure you will land on your feet.
The animated clip, presented by Jet Life Films, shows the two living a jet set rapper lifestyle. It appears not everything is above board, though, having, amongst other things, to watch out for people perhaps conspiring for your downfall.
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