The Dunk Rock and Flo-backed effort sees the controversial Atlanta rapper at his most confident, rapping about his position in the game, wealth, and more.
“Fuckk you mean? Young Gunna Wunna back, callin’ me splurge, watch me jump right off the curb, Bentley Spur fly like a bird, spin on the first and the third, solid, I’m keepin’ my word, can’t be my equal, I don’t know what you heard, crank up the foreign, I swerve, keep me a stick if they purge… I’ma get down to the gritty, then fuck up the city, the home of the villains, ecstasy, wonderful feelin’, smoke out the pound when I’m chillin’, trappin’, I made me a killin’, look, I got everybody wishin’, I hope you play your position…”
Filmed in the style of an old VHS tape, the visual sees the rapper party in various locations, joined by a crew of women. Gunna, who was recently released from prison after taking a plea deal in the YSL RICO case, seems to be making the most of his freedom.
“A Gift & A Curse” arrived in June with 15 songs and zero features. In addition to the aforementioned, Turbo, Omar Grand, Cam Griffin, 88 Krazy, Pooh Beatz, Nils, and more handled the album’s production. Gunna’s return to wax proved to be successful, as it debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200 with 85,000 first-week album-equivalent units sold.
Watch the new music video for Gunna’s “fukumean” below.