Gucci Mane releases his new single, “There I Go,” featuring J. Cole and Mike Will Made-It. The track hit streaming services on a busy Friday (August 25) for Cole, who also guested on Burna Boy’s “Thanks.”
On the new collabo, Cole and Gucci both spit playful punchlines over a Mike Will Made-It beat.
“Gucci Mane and J. Cole, the collaboration, they poked the bear and woke the bear up out of hibernation, these boys exaggeratin’, do a lot of fabrication, but ain’t no gimmicks in my gang, this s**t ain’t animation, now Mike WiLL Made-It and Gucci Mane slayed it, think I’m the dopest rapper ever, n**gas overrated, the pain got eliminated, the top decapitated, he had a buzz, but it went dry, that s**t evaporated, big ups to Fayetteville, shout out Mechanicsville, I keep it trill, that go from Thomasville to Summerhill…” Gucci spits.
J. Cole raps, “I’m in some dirty-ass kicks watchin’ YouTube/ I’m cuttin’ grass in designer, like it’s Fubu.”
“There I Go” comes with a black-and-white visual courtesy of Mac Grant, which shows Gucci and Cole catching vibes with beautiful women and a crew of blurred faces. Mike WiLL also makes a brief cameo in the short clip.
The track is featured on the rapper’s forthcoming album, “Breath Of Fresh Air,” which is due October 13 via his record label The New 1017, in partnership with Atlantic Records. The Alabama-born rapper announced the double-disc LP back in June, after blessing fans with cuts like “06 Gucci” with DaBaby and 21 Savage, “Pissy” featuring Roddy Ricch,” and “King Snipe” with Kodak Black.