Spitta has a new album coming June 5th, and Complex premieres the first song from the project. Along with the release of “What It Look Like” featuring Wale, the album’s artwork was also seen for the first time today. Hit the jump to check out the cover for The Stoned Immaculate as well as a press release directly from Warner Bros.

CURREN$Y ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM
THE STONED IMMACULATE AVAILABLE JUNE 5TH

LEAD SINGLE, “WHAT IT LOOK LIKE” FEATURING WALE

“JET LIFE: THE STONED IMMACULATE” TOUR KICKS OFF APRIL 19TH IN HOUSTON,TX

April 3, 2012: Burbank, CA:

New Orleans’ “Jet Life” ambassador Curren$y will release his newest project The Stoned Immaculate on June 5thth via Warner Bros. Records.  The full-length studio album’s lead single, “What It Look Like,” features Maybach Music Group rapper Wale and premiered on Complex.com today (April 3rd) at http://www.complex.com/music/2012/04/premiere-currensy-f-wale-what-it-look-like.  On April 8th, the video for “What It Look Like” will premiere on MTV2’s Sucker Free and beginning April 9th will be MTV Jams’ Jam of the Week.  “What It Look Like” will go on sale at iTunes on April 10th.

In the upcoming weeks, Curren$y will embark on the “Jet Life: The Stoned Immaculate” tour, which kicks off April 19th in Houston, TX.  The tour will preface fans for The Stoned Immaculate and its June 5th release.  Fans eager to pre-order the album can do so beginning April 20th at CurrensySpitta.com.  Dates are below.

The Stoned Immaculate is the latest project from Curren$y, a rapper whose work ethic is unmatched in the Hip-Hop game.  Just last year he released the critically-acclaimed projects Weekend At Burnies’ (its title a play on the 1989 cult classic film Weekend at Bernies’) and the Alchemist-helmed Covert Coupe, which New York Magazine called “a solid ten-song block of underground head-nodding, uninterrupted by pop hooks, production shifts, or anything else that might break the spell.”  Since last year, Spitta has released his Verde Terrace mixtape, with DJ Drama, a 5-song FreEP called Here released to fans via Twitter during Superbowl weekend, and most recently an EP collaboration with Yonkers rapper Styles P titled #The1st28.

Initially signed to fellow New Orleans rapper C-Murder’s Tru Records in 2001, Curren$y was brought over to Master P’s New No Limit Records in 2002.  From 2004-2007, Curren$y enjoyed a stint on Cash Money Records as part of Lil Wayne’s burgeoning Young Money Entertainment before venturing out on his own.  In 2009, Curren$y was selected as one of XXL Magazine’s “Top 10 Freshman” in recognition of his talent and drive amongst the likes of B.O.B, Kid Cudi, Wale and others.  Since then Curren$y has released a series of mixtapes while building his J.E.T.S (Just Enjoy This Sh*t) apparel and lifestyle brand.

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