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Gucci Mane has been enjoying his first few months out of prison by releasing a lot of new music with a lot of great names.
He was most recently featured on Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music composition with the crew “Champions,” where he had an entire verse to himself to spit his bars that were missed so much. Now, Guwop is back with a new single titled “On Me” that is of his own and that is absolute fire. The most interesting part of the track? Tupac Shakur appears on it! What?
Right, yes, the legendary rapper who died years ago. Via Twitter, the rapper posted about his new song that includes the revolutionary Shakur’s, lines. His vocals are placed in this song that is essentially the epitome of an old school hip hop track. It’s got the synth whines and the Middle Eastern twist and the pounding beat and the barked out lyrics; it’s an iconic instrumental for 2Pac to deliver over. It takes a sample verse from Makaveli’s Better Dayz track “F*ck ‘Em All” and fits perfectly along side the Gucci tone.
The Fader noted that the new single had the chance to be premiered today by DJ Gregg Street on Atlanta’s V103 radio station.
The track is super fresh, and it boasts the character that Mane embodies. Both rappers deliver with force and power. Mane raps the lyrics:
“The feds looking at me, know they got they eyes on me
I feel like 2Pac when he made All Eyez On Me…”
And then comes in the king:
“B*ch you misdemeanor I’m raisin hell like felonies
Mr. Makaveli straight outta jail to sellin’ these
Intoxicated we duplicated but never faded
Now that we made it my adversaries is player hatin'”
So tight. You can listen to the track above now.
All of this is part of Mane’s preparation period for his album release to come soon, Everybody Looking. The hip hop star has already revealed two other tracks before this including “First Day Out Tha Feds,” and “All My Children.” Both have so far been very well-received, making positive outlooks towards his new project. Some of the artists that the Trap House rapper has collaborated with are hip hoppers like Drake, Dreezy, and Kodak Black.