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"He represents all the different eras of music that we've been through," Curren$y tells The BoomBox. "He's very vocal about the struggle that he went through... just in the industry."
Pharrell, who collaborated with the New Orleans native on "Chasin' Paper," a song featured on his new album, The Stoned Immaculate, out today, also has a positive track from his catalog that resonates with Curren$y: "You Can Do It Too." "It's the greatest song he ever recorded," the Jet Life founder admits.
Witness Curren$y share his admiration for Pharrell and explain why The Sugarhill Gang's classic hit "Rapper's Delight" inspired him to get involved with hip-hop.
Watch Curren$y Praise Pharrell Williams & 'Rapper's Delight' for Black Music Month