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Gucci Mane came into his own with Back to the Traphouse, his fourth album but his first for a major label. The first thing that hits you is the immense force of the beats. Utilizing a team of Atlanta-based producers, these tracks create an inferno of dizzying blips and low-end clomp. The album’s centerpiece is “Bird Flu,” which takes the wearied chop of an old field holler and inflates it with the menacing force of Southern hip-hop. While Gucci Mane catches a lot of flack for his unswerving interest in the material interests of a crack dealer, he doesn’t get enough credit for his style. His voice is full of muddy Southern grit, and his flow is relentlessly tough, but with a touch of childlike fun. He doesn’t take himself as seriously as his nearest rival, Young Jeezy, and while he doesn’t have Jeezy’s flair for melodramatic presentation, Gucci has a more complex rhyme style. While his verses might at first seem simplistic and blocky, a closer read will reveal intricate and clever designs.

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Where is the talent?

U need talent for a record deal. This is no talent. I Move Chickens. Stop talkin about drugs. The ones on drugs are the record company. Please be a little creative. Ur catchy, that's it.

His Best Album

If you like Gucci, you'll like this album, his lyrics are about as good as they are ever going to get. His production has stepped up. His hooks are catchy. This album is very entertaining and it has some good songs on it. If you not a fan of his or if your not familiar with his style of rap, this might not be the album for you because he is a little different from your typical artist and his lyrics are X-rated. I like his style, I feel that Jeezy took his style and added more personality to it but if you listen to his music its obvious who really runs the trap!


You know how if you do the New York Times Crossword everyday or play that Nintendo DS game, your IQ is supposed to go up? You can also listen to Gucci Mane! I Move Chickens is my favorite! Move over Will Shortz, 11 across is T-R-I-L-L! I've only listened to it once, and I feel like I just took 20 Ginko Biloba tablets!


Born: February 2, 1980 in Birmingham, AL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Atlanta-based rapper and trap pioneer Gucci Mane made his mainstream debut in 2005 with his first national hit, "Icy." However, he became involved in a quarrel with that song's collaborator, Young Jeezy, and found himself facing murder charges in the Georgia courts. The skirmish would kick off a storied narrative that defined his career. Before the dramatic arc, Gucci Mane (born Radric Davis) loved to compose rhymes, writing poetry as a child in elementary school in his native Birmingham, Alabama....
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