Ever since Gucci Mane was released from prison last month, he’s been making good use of his time by delivering some quality music. A day after releasing his “First Day Out Tha Feds” video, Guwop releases a new song called “On Me” featuring the late Tupac Shakur.
The G-Funk-inspired track samples the whining synth from MC Breed’s classic 1991 track “Ain’t No Future In Yo Frontin” and boasts a recycled verse from 2Pac’s “F— Em All,” which originally appeared on his posthumous 2002 album, Better Dayz.
On the song, the “Lemonade” rhymer brags about his wealth and mental toughness.
“I’m major tourin’ shows everyday, I gets no sleep / My money lanky, taller than a man 6 foot 3 / My left pinky nine carrot diamond cut so neat / And if I told you what it cost, you would say “golly,” he spits.
Meanwhile, 2Pac delivers a fiery verse rapping, “Now mama raised me as a thug n—- / I’m a millionaire started as a drug dealer / I went from rocks to ‘zines, writing raps and movies / I went from trustin’ these tricks now they all want to sue me / So f— em’ all.”
Overall, it’s cool to hear two rap legends spitting bars on a track. There’s no word if this song will appear on Gucci Mane’s upcoming album, Everybody Looking, which arrives at digital retailers on July 22.