As he did in 2016, Gucci Mane continues to display a high work ethic with numerous collaborations and a forthcoming album (presumed to be titled Drop Top Wop). Following his beef-starting collaboration with Nicki Minaj last month, the Atlanta veteran jumps on a couple of new tracks with his closest Rap partners:
The first sees Guwop linking back up with Rick Ross on the straight-to-the-point track “She On My D***,” a hard-hitting cut that sees the two bosses trading verses about, well, being bosses (and all the money and women that comes with that distinction). It’s the latest single to come from Rozay’s forthcoming album Rather You Than Me, which is set to drop this Friday (March 17th; pre-order via iTunes) and also sees appearances from Young Thug, Wale, Jeezy, Yo Gotti, Future, Ty Dolla $ign, Meek Mill and DeJ Loaf. It’s also one of several song’s that these two have done together; given that Gucci’s already created some dope EPs with Lil Uzi Vert and Future last year, it only makes sense for him to create a project with Ross in the near future.
Next comes a dark, brooding cut with Memphis artist Young Dolph titled “That’s How I Feel”. While Gucci Mane holds court with his hook and closing verse, it’s Dolph’s defiant response to Yo Gotti in the wake of his SUV being shot up in North Carolina that certainly has the streets talking:
For 100 shots, I heard you paid 100 stacks
Hope you got your receipt, go and get your hunnid back
For the new coupe, I paid 400 flat
Smash your baby mama, wow, then I sent her back
Sittin’ in the truck, smokin’ on a blunt
Then I realized, I think I hear somebody shooting
You think I’m goin’ out like Pac and Biggie, you must be stupid
The track can be found on Dolph’s album (titled Bulletproof, no less), which drops April 1st…you can pre-order that here.