Gunplay drops some visuals from his Bogota Rich mixtape.
By now everyone has heard that Gunplay's debut album, Living Legend, has sold under 1K in its first week -- amassing a total of 800 physical copies sold. Yikes! It is perhaps the worst selling major label rap album all year, and maybe even in a minute. But that's not stopping Don Logan himself from grinding and working. Henceforth the visuals for "From da Jump," which depicts Gunplay as a man possessed. Check out the video for Gunplay's "From da Jump" after the jump! And maybe go cop Living Legend if you're feeling it.
Before you get your panties in a bunch over this song's title, it's not exactly about women. It's about another white b*tch: Cocaine. With Gunplay's Living Legend in stores now (go get that via iTunes) he's sharing the visuals for the track "White Bitch." Like the good people at 2DopeBoyz have put it, it's an "ode to cocaine." That's about all there is to it. Check it after the jump.
With a string of freestyles under his belt, Carol City Florida rapper Gunplay will finally be dropping his long-awaited debut album, Living Legend, later this month. And although some of his more recent freestyles have leaned heavily on modern day bangers, he's picked a UGK classic here, in "Wood Wheel". Check out Gunplay's freestyle over a killer UGK track after the jump. Oh, and don't forget to cop that Living Legend album.
Gunplay will finally be dropping his debut album Living Legend on July 31st but in order to get there he's going to drop some freestyles along the way. Don Logan has already delivered some heat with "John Gotti Freestyle," "Living Legend 7/31 Freestyle", and on "Know Me Like That." But today he's going over Future's "Commas" cut. Check out the freestyle after the jump.
Gunplay is finally looking to releasing some physical music after signing with Def Jam. Gunplay a.k.a. Don Logan will be dropping his highly-anticipated debut album Living Legend on July 31st. And now he's sharing a single from the new album in "Know Me Like That." The track features two features courtesy of Styles P and Tyler Woods. Check out "Know Me Like That" from Gunplay after the jump.