Bling Blaww Burr Most singles from a post-prison Gucci make for a triumphant offering. It stands as a refreshing and somewhat surprising offering from Gucci, earning placement on this list for its uniqueness and finely-tuned thematic qualities. Skip to the 1:21-minute marker to catch a kid I went to middle school with make a cameo! Radric Davis later on that year. Pussy Print Teaming up with none other than on a ferocious beat produced by Mike Will-Made It just sounds like a hit. The project in and of itself was a major production, spawning several music videos. The complement of frequent collaborator Dolph marries the best of the South over the -produced backdrop.
He goes on to detail his violent encounters, a decision to flee to Alabama at one point, and an astute departure from a shiesty label on his part. We narrow down Gucci Mane's top 25 best songs. Despite their differences, the two make a good pairing on a track. Now, if only he and Waka would make up. In tandem with its catchy attributes, it makes for a comical outing.
Haterade Any track that kicks off with Williams' golden vocals is bound to satisfy. Naturally, we get Gucci going in about his love of the trap, while Gotti and Ralph can only agree. This rumor grew legs as the result of a meme. Serving as The State vs. It tells the interesting story of car thief Timothy, who one day breaks into the car of a drug dealer. Originally appearing on his Guccimania mixtape, it found success in The State vs. It's definitely remained a fan favorite over the years.
A decade and some change later, the throne he began to assemble during a point in time that saw Davis and other contemporaries like and ousting the likes of as the reigning sound of the Southern capital only continues to fasten itself, growing stronger with every new project and guest feature. A rather unnecessary remix featuring soon followed. Radric Davis, the banger is produced by who handled most production on the effort. Earlier this year, a clip surfaced with Gucci declaring his beef with Jeezy as being over, we can only hope that it takes and actually lasts for the sake of another collab. It was well-received and found a place on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at 62.
This celebratory Top 25 comes alongside GuWop's own celebrations -- the rapper is due to wed his fiancee Keyshia Ka'oir in the coming month, , , and finally,. The Movie arrived at the end of 2008, coming as the fifth and final project Gucci put out that year. . If these aren't all causes for celebration, we don't know what it is. The track also spawned a remix later that year featuring Lil kim and. Following the reprehensible act, a slew of vengeful acts follow.
Within the first 24 hours of its arrival, the track was streamed 1. There is no shade intended at OutKast with that statement -- they were also definitive pioneers of a Southern sound as well, which, although may not be considered trendy sigh at the moment, Southerners such as help carry that torch onwards speaking of which, where K. First Day Out Tha Feds Ah, yes. The Traphouse 3 project in general was well-received despite a less-than-stellar commercial performance. Jeezy maintains he was never paid his royalties for his verse. Notably, it features pappearances from , , , and. As it turns out, Gucci would soon head to Fulton County jail for a six month bid after a probation violation following his 2005 aggravated assault charge.
Who would have foreseen 2017 as 's year when he first entered the game? This work ethic is nothing new, of course, making it difficult to chalk up the highlights of his exhaustive catalog of over 80 albums and mixtapes to just 25 songs, but we sure did try. And who can forget the video? Appearing on The State vs. At the time, 11-year old me thought it was the greatest optic presentation that I'd ever witnessed. It was the segue into two more mixtapes in 2009 before dropping his Murder Was the Case album in May of 2009. As the title suggests, the cut is an homage to famed criminal and drug lord Pablo Escobar, a popular figure in the realms of Hip-Hop.
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