Gucci Mane & The Weeknd – Curve Mp3 Download
Gucci Mane is looking to finish off September with a blast, with his upcoming book The Autobiography Of Gucci Mane dropping on September nineteenth and his second collection of the year Mr. Davis dropping this Friday, September fifteenth. The undertaking’s first single, the Migos assisted “I Get The Bag,” indicated that Mr. Davis might be more up-rhythm than the haunting, alien vibes of Droptopwop. Presently, another single has dropped, and it includes the ace of dull pop himself, The Weeknd.
As is normally the case with Weeknd highlights, Abel sings about his aptitude at the craft of nightlife, wooing and stealing the ladies previously curving with no leniency. The braggadocio is high on this one, and the eerie trap beat from Nav is appropriate to the singsong delivery and arrogant lyricism that Abel brings to the table. “A n*gga wanna come and diss me, and put a hex like a wanderer, they kill themselves, no wrist drain, got suicides on my SV” sing-raps The Weeknd, sounding simultaneously spooky and angelic. Ultimately, The Weeknd has constantly acquainted himself well in the nightfall esthetic, and has a sharp eye for exploring the seductive idea of the witching hour.
Gucci Mane finishes off the brief single with a sexually charged verse. While Abel oozes beguile through riddle, Gucci decides on to a greater degree a Tony Soprano approach, utilizing his reputation and sheer status as a supervisor to captivate the ladies. It’s no coincidence that his opening lines remunerate skilled “dick riding” with a first class flight…or they would, if Gucci wasn’t curving with as much total surrender as his compatriot. His verse continues in such manner, with Guwop reveling in his own ostentatious nature, since let’s be realistic, just Gucci Mane can get away with calling himself the “kingpin” of the Game.