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Ultimately, what the haters see in The State vs. Radric Davis is exactly what makes Gucci’s second major-label album triumphant. Gucci completely ignores traditional edicts of rhyming and beatmaking and instead adheres only to his own singular tastes. The lead-off track epitomizes Gucci’s talent for building entire songs from a single word, and “Heavy” lives up to its title in every regard: Even Metallica couldn’t match the monstrous force mustered by Shawty Redd’s beat. By pairing minimalist wordplay to tectonic tracks, “Stupid Wild,” “The Movie” and the magnificent “Wasted” achieve similarly potent results. The album’s midsection is weighted with ill-fitting R&B collaborations —“Spotlight” and “Bad Bad Bad” are the best among them — but the finale is worth the wait. In “Kush Is My Cologne,” Gucci assumes his rightful place next to three of rap’s towering individualists, while the introspective “Worst Enemy” wears Gucci’s divisiveness like a badge of honor: “Just diss me til you satisfied / I swear it doesn’t bother me / Sticks and stones will break my bones and bullets won’t reflect off me / But words and insults only show the world how ya’ll respectin’ me.”

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This is a joke


Dear lord..

This is just awful. People don't compare this to southern rap cause gucci mane doesn't match up with Z-Ro, Trae, Chamillionaire, Ludacris, Scarface, Lil Wayne, T.I. & Outkast.

Best Gucci Album 2 date

Obviusly this is his best album yet Spotlight Stupid Wild Wasted and Worst enemy are standout tracks for me id give it a 4 and a half but i cant so 5 stars it is


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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