Curren$y, Trademark and Young Roddy didn’t just climb the ladder of success – they soared above it. The Jet Life movement took off after the success of Curren$y’s seminal album, “Pilot Talk” on which Trademark and Roddy’s skills were showcased on the hit “Roasted.” The crew quickly became recognized as one of the most dominant forces in independent hip-hop, culminating in Curren$y releasing his last album, Weekend At Burnie’s on Warner Bros. The crew kept a steady incline as they performed in 35 cities as part of last year's Smoker’s Club Tour. They recently released the album "Jet World Order" on Jets International / iHipHop Distribution, which showcased the entire crew, consisting of Curren$y, Trademark, Young Roddy, Smoke DZA, Mikey Rocks, Fiend, Corner Boy P, and Street Wiz.
From The Press....
"The New Orleans native is steadily building his label Jet Life Recordings with Trademark Da Skydiver, Young Roddy, Smoke DZA, Mikey Rocks, Fiend, Corner Boy P, and Street Wiz" - XXL
"Trademark Da Skydiver and Young Roddy stand out the most and prove that the Jet Life crew’s talent is deeper than just the man in charge...Curren$y uses 'Jet World Order' to remind the world that he and his crew really do live the Jet Life, and seemingly, their flight is far from over." - HipHopDX
"Jet World Order,' carries over the consistency that Spitta has built up over his past half-dozen or so releases." - The Smoking Section
"[Curren$y] is still on a very serious roll, and it doesn't seem to be anywhere near over." - Pitchfork
"Curren$y is ostensibly one of the hardest working (and most likeable) rappers in the game." - HipHopDX