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Curren$y speaks on B.G. coming home, Jet Life Records, Entrepreneurship, forgetting lyrics 

“Mind your business, and mind your business! Not your competitors, not nobody who in the same industry as you and using them as a comparison of where you supposed to be cause they story is not your story” ~ Curren$y

Lalaa Shepard, Boss Britt, and DJ eXeL of The Progress Report Podcast speak with Curren$y at Revolt World about his journey coming up in New Orleans, musical roots instilled in him from his parents, first getting into the rap game signing to No Limit and Cash Money/ Young Money Records and eventually starting his own movement Jet Life, the importance of ownership, independence, and making daily progress, the hardships of entrepreneurship and tips for success, forgetting his lyrics as he doesn’t listen to his own music, and shares untold stories about his 2009 XXL Freshmen experience.

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Written by LalaaShepard

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