Our Trap God Mixtape Review is Here!
When Gucci Mane’s not in jail, he’s releasing new mixtapes. Gucci Mane’s new mixtape Trap God got our attention here at ATLRap.com so we wanted to provide you with a Trap God mixtape review.
The buzz leading up to East Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane’s new release Trap God has been heavy. It all began when Gucci dissed old foe Young Jeezy during an interview with The Breakfast Club in New York City. Jeezy referred to La Flare as “retarded” in an interview the next day, and Gucci quickly released a new diss track (“The Truth”) and accompanying music video. Gucci even threw some threats via his twitter account.
The result of all the WWF Atlanta rap beef? Increased awareness of Gucci Mane’s Trap God mixtape. Funny enough, Trap God doesn’t feature the Young Jeezy diss track that Gucci used to promote the 10-17 release of Trap God.
Gucci Mane’s new mixtape is hosted by DJ Scream and premiered on WorldStarHipHop’s new mixtape website. Trap God quickly spread online and in the streets of Atlanta. Check out what a couple of the sites who posted Trap God had to say about Gucci’s Mane’s new release. Please note that we do not include a Trap God mixtape download link on our site, but the three links below include links to download all of Gucci’s songs from Trap God.
The Smoking Section says:
Gucci Mane has been acting a damn fool to promote his new, emphasis on free, mixtape Trap God, and the heavens have briefly opened up to drop it on us mere mortals. As Tins said before, he’ll never be the same La Flare from his pre-ice cream cone tattoo glory days of 2008-2009. Though he might be the aging God of the Trap, the type that refuses to let go, he has nonetheless had a surprisingly solid run this year, and if you disagree, he might make some empty tweet threats at you.
Hip Hop Wired says:
Gucci Mane La Flare finally releases his highly anticipated mixtape Trap God as the first launch from WordStarTapes. Surprisingly, “Truth” is nowhere to be found on the project’s tracklist, but the Mike Will Made It-produced “F**k the World” appears with another 19 tracks that are sure to be trunk rattlers.
Baller Status says:
Gucci Mane has been busy this year. Following the release of his collaborative project with V-Nasty (BAYTL) in late December, he got on his grind in the months following, releasing two mixtapes — Trap Back and I’m Up — and a slew of music videos and other visuals. He continues that trend into the final months of the year with the release of his new, anticipated tape, Trap God… just as his beef with Young Jeezy reaches a boiling point.
Our Trap God Mixtape Review
We keep our mixtape reviews short and simple. The first thing that is clear about Gucci Mane’s Trap God is that if you’re already a fan of Gucci Mane, you’ll be a fan of Trap God. But what about if you haven’t listened to new Gucci Mane mixtape in a while? At ATLRap, we think you’ll find some music you like on Gucci’s new tape.
The top new Gucci songs on Trap God
Our favorite songs on Trap God include:
- Fawk The World ft. Future (Prod. by Mike Will Made It)
- Get Money Nigga ft. Meek Mill (Prod. by 808 Mafia)
- Act Up ft. T-Pain (Prod. by T-Pain)
- Servin (Prod by 808 Mafia)
Check out the artwork and tracklist for Trap God below:
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