Gucci Mane is the “El Chapo” of the rap game. In an oddly mellow track that could very well be merely an effect of his lean consumption, Gucci raps his praises and aspirations of the elusive Mexican drug lord. His lowkey, unhurried delivery contrasts nicely to the constant barrage of assault weapons firing throughout Zaytoven’s beat. Whether La Flare watched a documentary or met one of El Chapo’s many associates during one of his many lockups, who knows. At this point, it seems like most of the other drug lords are already spoken for.
“El Chapo” will appear on Gucci’s mixtape Trap God, which is supposed to be released on October 17th, or what one who listens to Bricksquad way too often would assume is the unofficial Bricksquad Day as it is 10/17. Until then, the wannabe El Chapo continues his El Chapo assault on the Internet with a slew of videos from I’m Up. “Kansas” is one of the first to drop, and as one of the highlights of I’m Up, the video certainly didn’t match its caliber, even with Jim Jones sitting around and getting a back massage.