Gucci Mane decides to team up with fellow ATLiens 21 Savage & Zaytoven for the new single “East Atlanta Day,” reportedly off the ATL producers upcoming debut album.
Celebrating the trap holiday, Guwop brings the title to life & reps the East side of Atlanta to the fullest, referencing Edgewood, Kirkwood & Plynwood in the process. Meanwhile, 21 spits that pure savagery and raps about the shootings & robberies that he’s done on the East side as well. It’s safe to say this shit gon’ have the streets on lock, especially in ATL.
Now ain’t that something. Gucci sure gets a lot of remix collabos….
Bruno Mars released a new remix to his smash hit “Thats What I Like” featuring Canadian singer PartyNextDoor. At the time, we thought that was it with the single as far as promotion went as the official video had already surfaced prior to that, but it turns out that it wasn’t. On Thursday, Bruno warned us that he had some new remixes coming of “That’s What I Like,” and he definitely didn’t disappoint as Gucci Mane is featured on one of them.
Take a listen to the upgraded single and let us know what you think!
Gucci Mane had his very first ever appearance at Coachella this weekend and Inspired by what went down at the festival, the ATL veteran decided to come through Wednesday night and release a fitting new song called “Coachella,” which arrived at exactly 10:17 PM.
Serving as the follow up to last week’s “Both” remix with Drake & Lil Wayne, check out this Murda Beatz, TM88 & !llmind-produced banger and let us know what you think. Look for Gucci’s upcoming Drop Top Wizop album to be coming soon.
Kendrick Lamar isn’t the only one making some big waves today. Joining him is ATL rapper Gucci Mane, who decides to come out of nowhere and release a new remix to The Return of East Atlanta Santa standout “Both” featuring Drake & now Lil Wayne.
With Tunechi leading things off with a new verse, the YMCMB boss raps about being “high as shit” while referencing percs, pills, and whippin’ the yayo in the process. It’s another solid verse from Tunechi, who delivered one the other day on Li Twist’s “Nerve” record.
With the release of the album-hyping “Drop Top Wizop Freestyle” Gucci Mane continues the welcome trend of dropping new music on the daily. Gucci teams up with former rival Rocko on “Pardon Me,” and the two of them go in over a synth-heavy banger.
The 808 Mafia blessed cut sounds like something off the Drive soundtrack with an Atlanta twist. As usual, Gucci sounds comfortable over trap drums, bringing his signature sing-song flow and charisma.
Back in 2013, Chief Keef and Gucci Mane linked up in the studio and laid down some bars. XXL reports that the unreleased “Jet Li,” dates from that alliance.
On “Jet Li,” the Glo Gang front man spits that he’s making a ton of money and showing off at the wheel of a fast Ferrari. So much so, that women are hunting him down in hopes of spending time with him. Still, he spits that if they don’t respect him he’ll kick them “like Jet Li” and/or “Bruce Lee.” Guwop comes in near the end of the song, attesting to the superiority of fast cars and Gucci clothes.
Listen to “Jet Li” right here.