Gucci Mane ft. Yo Gotti & Yung Ralph - Bricks

Posted 8 years ago
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Zaytoven
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TBD

Despite collecting plenty of street cred over the years, thanks in part to beating an attempted murder charge and spending several stints in jail, rapper Gucci Mane hasn’t strayed away from his bread and butter material: drugs.  Following the winter release of his Asylum/Atlantic debut, Back to the Trap House, Mane is ready to serve some brand new Bricks he just cooked up.  On this Zaytoven-produced street banger, which features guest appearances by Yo Gotti and Yung Ralph, the self-proclaimed ‘So Icey Boy’ jokingly considers leaving the drug-dealing world, but then comes to his senses when he lists all the purchases he has made with his profits from moving kilos.

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