Gunplay Songs

  • Wood Wheel (Freestyle)
    Wood Wheel (Freestyle)
    Gunplay has been releasing a string of freestyles since his long-awaited debut album, Living Legend, finally got a release date. While he's mainly been targeting recent instrumentals, today, he's picked a UGK classic, "Wood Wheel". Coming off the duo's 2001 effort, it's not the first record you'd think of from the iconic act, but it certainly works fro Don Logan and his frequent collaborator, Peryon J Kee, who each deliver some memorable rhymes over the beat.
  • Blood On The Dope
    Blood On The Dope
    We’re two weeks out from Gunplay’s highly anticipated debut album, Living Legend, and today we’re blessed with another new record from it. Following last week’s “Be Like Me” collab with Rick Ross, Gunplay decides to come through and do it all over again, this time sharing “Blood On The Dope” featuring Yo Gotti, PJK, and Rick Ross once again.
  • Be Like Me
    Be Like Me
    Taking a break from the onslaught of freestyles that he’s been dropping off lately, Gunplay decides to get back to the original music tonight and share a new leak off his upcoming Living Legend album titled “Be Like Me” featuring MMG bawse Rick Ross.
  • Poppin (Freestyle)
    Poppin (Freestyle)
    Gunplay's Living Legend album is finally coming out at the end of the month, and the release date has meant a collection of new freestyles from the Florida spitter. His most recent finds him going in over Rico Richie's regional hit, "Poppin'". The gritty trap beat is a perfect palette for Don Logan (but let's be real, pretty much anything is at this point). He begins with a pretty amazing opening line ("They call me Gunplay, I bet you know why"), before trying out some unique flows, landing each punchline like a fist to the stomach.
  • Commas (Freestyle)
    Commas (Freestyle)
    While we wait for Gunplay’s highly anticipated Living Legend album to arrive on July 31st, the MMG labelmate continues to roll out new freestyles in the meantime.
  • John Gotti (Freestyle)
    John Gotti (Freestyle)
    With his album finally receiving a release date (July 31st), Gunplay's clearly done working on Living Legend, but he isn't ready to hang up his cleats and relax quite yet. After sharing his "Living Legend 7/31" freestyle earlier this week, he returns with a freestyle over another serious Southern spitter's track. Check out his take on Kevin Gates' "John Gotti."
  • Know Me Like That
    Know Me Like That
    Next month, we'll finally get to hear Gunplay's long-in-the-works debut album, Living Legend, which is now slated for a July 31st release. He celebrated that with the "Living Legend 7/31" freestyle a few days ago, and now he's shared another track, though it's unclear if it'll end up on the album.
  • WuzHaninDoe
    As we learned on his early tapes like 601 & Snort, Florida's Gunplay is capable of spitting over anything, from gritty RZA tracks to bombastic MMG singles. Today, he faces a new challenge: the West Coast style of ratchet music. Assisting him on his new single "WuzHaninDoe" are the dream team of YG and DJ Mustard, who do little to stifle their usual sound.
  • Aiight (Darq E Freaker Remix)
    Aiight (Darq E Freaker Remix)
    Darq E Freaker's hypnotically infectious banger, "Cherryade" put him on the map in the UK, but it wasn't until Danny Brown started collaborating with the producer that his name began to hold weight in North America. Freaker continues his experiments with rap today with a remix of the always entertaining Gunplay.
  • Tell 'Em Daddy
    Tell 'Em Daddy
    As promised, Gunplay has delivered a new single, and this one is definitely not a bid for radio. "Tell 'Em Daddy" mixes screeching G-Funk synths with jangling trap production, but as usual, Don Logan greatly overshadows his instrumental. Taking four minutes to tell us exactly who he is through ferocious punchlines and colorful imagery, the MMG Rapper carves out a perfect street single that bodes well for his long-awaited Living Legend project.
  • Lane 2 Lane
    Lane 2 Lane
    At this rate, DJ EFN's gonna have every rapper known to humanity on his new project. That's obviously an exaggeration, but having already nabbed guest spots from Killer Mike, Crooked I, Your Old Droog and Royce Da 5'9" (to name a few) for his upcoming project Another Time, and today Gunplay and Denzel Curry join the list. This time, the track's called "Lane 2 Lane," and it's produced by Hazardis Soundz. Quotable Lyrics
  • In The Air (Freestyle)
    In The Air (Freestyle)
    Just hours after hitting us with the official release of “Chain Smoking” with Currensy & Stalley, Gunplay decides to come through and treat fans to one more release on this Friday evening called “In The Air”.
  • Chain Smoking
    Chain Smoking
    While he's put out "lead" singles sporadically over the last year or so, there's still no sign of a release date for Gunplay's Living Legend. While he may seem perpetually benched, following Stalley's Ohio, and Rozay's TWO major label albums last year, it's clear that his MMG boss gets results.
  • The World Is Mine
    The World Is Mine
    The other week Gunplay announced that on New Year's Day he'd be changing his name from the lovable Gunplay to Don Logan. We'll have to see if the MMG rapper really follows through tomorrow, he's already started by changing his screen name on twitter, but his twitter handle remains @gunplaymmg. Nonetheless, Don Logan hits us with a new single today off his long-awaited Living Legend album.
  • Scuffed Timbs
    Scuffed Timbs
    Here goes another Rick Ross/Timbaland leak.
  • All Dat
    All Dat
    All good things must end, even monthly release series. The six and final installment of Cam'ron's First Of The Month arrived two days ago, and now the Dipset rapper has shared a track from the project. "All Dat" features Gunplay and Cam's boo JuJu. With its boisterous beat and ferocious Gunplay verse, the track has plenty of noteable moments, but none quite as ear-catching as Cam rapping "don't die over your P.Y.T." on the same track his wife is featured on. JuJu has a quick verse that mentions how Killa ate her out on the first night they met... TMI?
  • Swangin
    New, original tracks from Gunplay pop up about as often as new albums from his MMG bawse, Rick Ross, so rejoice in the fact that Don Logan, who's been languishing in "my album's out soon"-land for years at this point, has share "Swangin" with us today. On the track, the Florida rapper heads a little West to pick up some cues from that early 2000s, New Orleans, Cash Money sound. Complete with a sing-songy hook and a Mannie Fresh-eque beat, "Swangin" sees all three rappers flexing their respective styles in their verses. No telling where this will end up yet.
  • No Type (Freestyle)
    No Type (Freestyle)
    While Gunplay works on his long-awaited debut album, the ambitiously-titled Living Legend, he's dropped off a new mixtape a few weeks back and keeps the free music coming with a "No Type" freestyle over the Mike WiLL Made It beat. The mixtape, self-titled Gunplay, contained a bunch of freestyles as well.
  • 50 Bars
    50 Bars
    With the release of his self-titled mixtape a few days ago, Gunplay's freestyles are at an all-time high, as the tape was made up almost entirely of them. What should he do ten days later? Why, drop another freestyle, of course. Entitled "50 Bars," this one has Don Logan spitting over an old school, boom-bap-style instrumental.
  • Break 'Em Off
    Break 'Em Off
    Florida rapper Gunplay just dropped off a new, self-titled mixtape that mostly pulls together previously-released freestyles over hot (or, in most cases, VERY HOTTTTT) 2014 tracks, but there are a few exceptions. One of them is "Break 'Em Off," which also features Peryon J Kee, and is a freestyle over an old Master P and UGK track.