Gucci Mane – Curve Ft. The Weeknd
Gucci Mane and The Weeknd collaborate for new single “Bend.”
Gucci Mane is hoping to finish off September with a blast, with his up and coming 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 initially single, the Migos helped “I Get The Bag,” showed that Mr. Davis may be more up-beat than the eerie, outsider vibes of Droptopwop. Presently, another single has dropped, and it includes the ace of dim pop himself, The Weeknd.
As is generally the case with Weeknd highlights, Abel sings about his fitness at the specialty of nightlife, charming and taking the women previously bending with no kindness. The braggadocio is high on this one, and the frightful trap beat from Illangelo is appropriate to the monotonous conveyance and presumptuous lyricism that Abel conveys to the table. “A n*gga wanna come and diss me, and put a hex like a wanderer, they execute themselves, no wrist drain, got suicides on my SV” sing-raps The Weeknd, sounding all the while spooky and radiant. At last, The Weeknd has constantly familiar himself well in the nightfall tasteful, and has a sharp eye for investigating the tempting idea of the witching hour.
Gucci Mane finishes off the concise single with a sexually charged verse. While Abel radiates enchant through secret, Gucci chooses all the more a Tony Soprano approach, using his notoriety and sheer status as a supervisor to captivate the women. It’s no fortuitous event that his opening lines compensate gifted “dick riding” with a five star flight…or they would, if Gucci wasn’t bending with as much total surrender as his comrade. His verse proceeds in such manner, with Guwop delighting in his own flashy nature, since let’s be realistic, just Gucci Mane can escape with calling himself the “boss” of the amusement.