This collaboration had been talked about for quite some time, but it is still interesting to see it actually come to fruition. The "Ice Cream Man" and the man with a ice cream cone tatted on his cheek combine forces for one hell of a pavement punisher - the Drumma Boy inspired "Brinks." In fact, there's enough bass in this song to act as an emergency defibrillator. The content itself is about as shallow as a puddle in the Sahara, but that's beyond the point. This is about that old money, that street money, that dirty money and all types of other dead white men on green pieces of paper that a Brinks truck could carry on one trip. About getting the No Limit General on the song, Radric had this to say:
That’s a very hard song. I brought P back. P went hard on that song. I asked him a favor. I said, ‘P, I really want you to rap on this song with me.’ At first, he was reluctant to do it but then he did it for me. Shout out to the big homie for doing it for me because people are going to be so excited to peep that record, and he got a great verse.
The Return Of Mr. Zone 6 hits a download link retail outlet near you on March 22.
Gucci Mane Feat. Master P - "Brinks" (Prod. By Drumma Boy)
Respect: <a href="http://www.dirtyglovebastard.net/?p=34069">DGB</a>
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