Aiming high in the sky with this one, Spitta takes off with his Def Jam debut, Pilot Talk. Most known for his affection for good trees and slick wordplay Curren$y gives plenty of both with this release.  Hailing from New Orleans with a lyrical drawl and creative wordplay reminiscent of early Wu Tang, Spitta shows why he is so high in the game.

Curren$y has not had it easy int his game, yet he has always found a way to get by and keep his name relevant. This is a prevailing topic on the album as he lets us know exactly how he has not only survivied but thrive din this game.  Pilot Talk lifts off with “Example”, a guitar driven track that has Spitta letting us know that he is “an example of what can happen when you quit being afraid to gamble.”   

The album’s production is solid and usually blends in with Curren$y’s choppy kind of flow.  Ski Beatz did a bulk of the production including the Snoop Dogg featured “Seat Change”, where Snoop kicks a ferocious flow taking us back to his Doggystle days.

Curren$y shared his plane with many others on this one bringing along Big K.R.I.T., Mos Def and Jay Electronica, and the above mentioned Snoop Dogg just to name a few. However Curren$y usually holds his own on these with his creative and humorous rhymes to still let it be known this is a Curren$y track.

Overall this is a great debut from an underground artist who obviously has sky high ambitions. If he keeps going like this he should reach his final destination in no time.