1. What It Look Like f. Wale – The 1st song released from Spitta’s Album. I honestly love Wale and I’m always checking for what the dude is doing but I just feel like he hasn’t been the same since signing with MMG, and I honestly called this when it happened. Spitta dos his thing and puts down one of he best verses on the album, great first single. This is a solid lead intro for Curren$y and sets the whole tone for the rest of the album.
2. Privacy Glass – Spitta rolls through the town and chills the fug out on his verses. “I usually don’t ride like this” raps Curren$y on the hook speaking on the behalf of the life changing experiences he has been through since making the top of the rap game and being true to his own raps. Spitta has his Privacy Glass up on this cut.
3. Armoire (feat. Young Roddy & Trademark) – The Jet Life connection, and to be honst only the Jet Life Members are the ones who can rap and drop bombs on a beat like this. Definitely something different in the production department. Spitta drops on the hook “Cuz this rap shit is just my hustle baby we paper chasin” letting us know the Jet Life Crew is out there to get that money we are all after no matter the way to get it. About the 4th or 5th listen I started to really feel this cut shit was dope. Roddy and Trademark lay down a nice hook and chorus for the song.
4. Take You There (feat. Marsha Ambrosius) – Classic Curren$y type beat. Spitta drops the bar “Clearly I made it”, and yeah we all know he has made it in the game back since 2008, but this really proclaims the hard work and consistency he always gives to each and every project he puts out. There has been maybe one album Curr$ put out that wasn’t up to par, but still Spitta maybe the most consistent dude in the game today. Spitta raps about getting and finally having that money that he has been chasing at his whole life, and being able to spend it to fullest, living that life that we all should be doing.
5. Showroom – Starts off a bit slow in the beginning, then some techno stuff was added to the beat and Curr$ steps his game up to accompany the beat and make that shit flow nicely. Spitta has one of the nicest flows in the game by far and is always keeping this on point never swaying back and forth or falling off. Spitta shows that here on this cut of the Showroom, which highlights his raps of being a chilled dude and going out there trying to get money, but staying to his roots and not changing who he is to sell out.
6. Capitol (feat. 2 Chainz) – Been waiting on this cut, when it was released as a single back in Mid-May I was like oh shit gotta check i out. All I gotta say is dat FLUTE! This bat has that Pilot Talk feel to it to the fullest, just easy and laid back just a chill laid back song. Spitta keeps his verses on point and 2 Chainz comes in with a solid verse, nothin spectular but solid. The beats are typical Curren$y. They are lush and chill, many laced with horns and piano keys. The fact that he worked with many different producers, which he doesn’t usually do, was to his advantage. There’s more variation in the beats than usual for Spitta.
7. No Squares (feat. Wiz Khalifa) – if you have ever listened to Covert Coup yo may have recognized that this beat sounds similar to Full Metal. Spitta drops some very dope verses which I was not expecting from after hearing the hook. The hook was sub par, very repetitive. Wiz comes in half through the song and does his thing on this beat, sounded like Kush & OJ Wiz which was refreshing to hear from him.
8. Sunroof (feat. Corner Boy P) – The beginnig of this song may key you into something you have heard before maybe from ScHoolboy Q or MF Doom. Anyways the bat changes up about half through and Curr$ does his thing over the classic beat. Those horns and Flute shit had me like this shit too dope. Spitta keeps it G though spitting some cool laid back shit.
9. Chasin’ Papers (feat. Pharrell) – One of the most anticipated features on the whole album, Spitta to the Skateboard P. P dos his best rendition of the Five Stair steps and lays down a chill as fuck chorus. Spitta almost never has a bad verse, and to say here he may have some of the best of the whole album on this song. Probably the top 3 song on this album if not the best. The beat is dope, the verse is chill, and the chorus is god like. Spitta and Skateboard p get a 10/10 for this one.
10. That’s the Thing (feat. Estelle) – Spitta comes in over a nice piano and down low beat compared to the rest of the beats out there from The Stoned Immaculate. Estelle provides a dope hook on there signing about broken hearts and loving on her man. Spitta drops the bars about trying to make it in the rap game, but sticking with that one girl back home and that he is doing it all for her, getting her to smile for that love.
11. Chandelier – Spitta comes through looking so clean on this one. he tones it down a bit for them fans out there and goes in over a softer type classic beat. Rapping about struggling in he game and trying to make it. Trying to give it all back to that lady that rode with him through the thick and the thin. One of the best cuts on the album. The Stoned Immaculate is shaping up to be album of the year type material. also containing some women-related raps. But you’re not hearing the same story twice. On one of Spitta’s ad-libs during the song he says “real life sitations,” and that really stuck with me as the best description of Spitta. He is on some real life situation shit. He could be your weed-smoking neighbour or something. You just want to chill and smoke a joint with him. Even if he’s telling you that he’s better than you, ’cause he’s got however many cars and all these hoes, he still sounds like a chill dude.
12. Fast Cars Faster Women f. Daz – Definitely one of the weirder collabs on this album and I honestly had no clue it was in the works. Released as the 2nd single for The Stoned Immaculate. It got some high plays in mid-April. Spitta does his thing and keeps it up on this song over the classic stoner’s type beat. Daz was chill on it but wasn’t good, but wasn’t bad.
13. Jet Life (feat. Big K.R.I.T. & Wiz Khalifa) – Spitta, Wiz, and Krizzle do there thing to actually close out the album before the bonus tracks hit. This isn’t the first time the trio has collabed before check out Glass House. Anyways Wiz and Spitta spit that real shit about weed, women, and money. A lot of people were shaking there heads at the Wiz Khalifa being on the tracklist but I think he had a dope verse, spitting “Diamonds frozen up, pockets swollen up, I’ve been rolling up since I was old enough.” K.R.I.T. holds down the hook rapping “Don’t miss this jet hoe, Jet life to the next life”.
14. Audio Dope 3 (Bonus Track) – The shortest song on the album running only at 2:43. After hearing the other 2 Audio Dope songs I was highly anticipating the 3rd installement to the Audio Dope series. And I wasn’t disappointed. Shit was going nuts and Curr$ was spitting some hot fire the entire time, Spitta had this cut on lockdown.
15. One More Time (Bonus Track) – Spitta spits over a futuristic beat and does his thing on this bonus track. This is actually was one of the songs I was feeling the most after listening to it about 6 or 7 times. Shit just had that feel where you could roll one up and forget about the world.
16. J.L.R. (feat. Young Roddy & Smoke DZA) (Bonus Track) – Jet Life To The Next Life. JLR stands for Jet Life Remixm, and it only fits to have the Jet Life members Smoke DZA, and Young Roddy on the cut with Spitta. Young Roddy drops some sweet barson his verse but Smoke DZA really steals the show and slays the beat over and over and each line he drops.
OVERALL: Spitta always provides quality music and never lets the fans down, and this album has Album Of The Year type material on it with Chandelir, Paper Chasin, and Showroom. Spitta stays true and will always be who he is and this album recieves a 84/100 from me.