It's been just over two week's since GuWop's celebratory return to Atlanta after almost three years in prison, and he's already dropped collabs with Mike Will Made-It, Drake, and Kanye West. Today, he's linked up with one of the South's hottest young rappers in Kodak Black, who unfortunately was sent away for a prison bid of his own right before Gucci got out. It's likely that Wop would've been a big supporter of Kodak's come-up had he been there to see it, and in true Gucci fashion, Kodak is already about to drop his first behind-bars mixtape, Lil Big Pac, the cover of which repurposes the classic artwork of Biggie's Ready to Die. Kodak's first-ever collab with La Flare, "Vibin In This Bih," is the first taste of Lil Big Pac, which is set to arrive tomorrow.
The fearless street energy on "Vibin In This Bih" is alive and intoxicating, and it's likely that this will be the first of many collabs to come from the Trap God and the young Floridian shooter. Perhaps we should wait and watch each man's legal situation, but these guys will feed the streets whether they're out there or holed up in a cell. Return here tomorrow for Lil Big Pac.
Suckas can't see me, but they damn sure feel me
They say Gucci Mane gone, the rap game ain't nothin'
Soon as he left, the coke price start jumpin'
Walk around the club like I walked around the yard
N*gga I'm the Trap God, you tryna look hard
- Gucci Mane