Curren$y In Talks With Ski Beatz, Dame Dash To Record "Pilot Talk III"
Curren$y also says he and the Cool Kids' Chuck Inglish want to record an LP together.
With his two EPs, Muscle Car Chronicles and his Warner Brothers debut The Stoned Immaculate all dropping in the past six months, Curren$y has made sure that his 2012 has been a busy one. Now, in a recent interview with AllHipHop, Spitta says he's looking to re-team with Ski Beatz and Dame Dash for a new Pilot Talk record.
Curren$y said that he's been in talks with frequent collaborator Ski Beatz and one-time label head Dame Dash for Pilot Talk III. Even though the past few months found Spitta and Dash at odds over money owed from the New Orleans emcee's previous efforts with BluRoc, he says that he'd want all original parties involved in the new installment.
"[Pilot Talk III] can happen, that can happen," he explained. "I talked to Ski [Beatz], me and Dame [Dash] talked, I'm talking [with them] because I wouldn't be able to do that without all parties involved in the first two…I wouldn't be able to do that shit, so everything would have to be ironed out on the up and up, and then we could do that shit."
Curren$y also spoke on another project he has in the works, Puff Daddy with Chuck Inglish of the Cool Kids. He said that both he and Chuck are completely dedicated to the idea of recording an LP together, but that they want to spend a significant portion of time perfecting it for a retail release.
"Me and Chuck are definitely going to do that [Puff Daddy project]," he said. "We just gotta rent a house like, on the beach or something and just get on some 'Entourage' shit and just bang that shit out in a minute. I've got one of the beats in my email already, and I've had it forever, there's just so much shit that's going on and I keep popping up and sporadically doing tapes, but that is a project we're going to sit down and really work on. We might have to go retail with that shit…Chuck is not gonna lend himself [that much time for free]. He's working, man…we'll probably do like 12, 13 [songs], try and pick some bread up."
Check out the full interview below.