As Def Sounds previously reported, Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa were set to release their collaborative mixtape, Live In Concert on August 9th, but it never dropped due to sample clearance issues.
At the time of the delay, Curren$y gave a statement:
“We wldnt feel comfortable droppin #LiveInConcert until we get the samples cleared.with how these suits keep poppin up.. Mixtapes ain’t safe. Lots of law suits being handed out to folks for makin free mixtape jams..Wiz,Mac,myself even..We gotta play this one smart..We got it tho. So don’t trip it’ll be out soons the legal beagles handle it…. Crazy how the game gets huh? I never imagined a time like this…. came up off mixtapes in 08 not financially but they put me on so2speak..Sucks that this may be a lane made unavailable to the next mcs.. But when one door closes, another one opens….We will do the due diligence and have it cleared in its entirety …When u hear it you’ll see what we built…. And it will last forever”
Now about six months later, Curren$y has made an announcement and revealed that the Live In Concert project is still on the way, but will be put out as a retail release.
Curren$y took to Twitter and made the announcement along with a brief explanation.
View Spitta’s tweet, below:
Stay tuned to Def Sounds for more information about the release of Live In Concert when it comes to light.