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”.
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. Nonetheles
Here goes another Rick Ross/Timbaland leak. After the beatmaker released a version of Rozay and Jay Z's "Movin Bass" that featured Tink (and Ross subsequently said he was disappointed in the producer for doing so), we get another Timbo-produced cut, this time with Rozay playing second fiddle to Gunplay.
Gunplay has been a member of the MMG camp for a years, but yet he’s still one of the remaining few to not release his solo album. With his name having partial reason for this, it looks like the MMG artist is also taking the appropriate step in taking his talent to the next level.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Maybach Music Group signee and Florida native Gunplay has yet to release, promote or share details about his upcoming debut album, Living Legend, but today we get some consolation in the form of a new mixtape. Gunplay is hosted by DJ Epps and arrives today via Livemixtapes.