Gucci Mane “Writings On The Wall 2″ Mixtape Download & Stream
Gucci Mane releases the Second Installment to his Writing On The Wall mixtape series, Hosted by DJ Holiday. The 19-track tape has Features from 50 Cent, Young Buck, Yelawolf, Jagged Edge, Whoo da Kid, Yo Gotti and more. Production is handled by Zaytoven, Fat Boy, Lex Luger, Southside, Shawty Redd, Drumma Boy and more.
After what seemed like an eternally long stint in Fulton County for Gucci Mane fans – a time of drought in which his So Icey group members rereleased a bunch of old Gucci songs in the form of official mixtapes just to fight off the hounds hungry for Gucci’s music – Gucci Mane was released from prison March 14th, 2009 and released Writings On The Wall 2 two months later. The follow-up to Gucci Mane‘s 2009′s mixtape Writing on the Wall is hosted by DJ Holiday once again with the 1017 Brick Squad leader collaborating with the likes of 50 Cent, Young Buck, Yelawolf, Jagged Edge, Whoo da Kid, Yo Gotti and more.
The Yelawolf collab “Too Turnt Up” is explosive, as the two again flaunt the stylistically juxtaposing chemistry that first showed up on 2010′s “Wanna Party”. With Lex Luger (“Lil Friends), Drumma Boy (“Too Turnt Up”) and Shawty Redd supplying the majority of production on the 19-track release, the soundscape is percussion heavy, with hard drums and rambunctious basslines throughout. Writings on the Wall 2, is chock-full of everything that has built Gucci Mane one of the most loyal followings in rap: fun, yet hackneyed rhymes; sticky, yet goofy hooks; and solid guest spots from his 1017 Brick Squad crew and others.
Despite being in jail for almost a year, Gucci’s flow improved tremendously as if he had been working in the studio every day. Although still possessing the same Southern slur as always, Gucci’s improvement in the flowing department is represented on Writings On The Wall 2, on which he showcases some pretty complex flows. Follow on Twitter @gucci1017 @Djholiday @MedievalBeatz Rap Beats
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