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on July 8, 2014
Possible Album of the Year 2014! I have not given an album 5 stars Since "Lean" Which is a hard act to follow but LaFlare did it. Several hits back to back, rare guest features and no skips with top notch production made for smooth sailing when listening to this album. I have to mention "Never Had Ish" as a stand out track because this is why Guwop can claim to be "The voice of the People". All the lyrics hit home to people who rise from the ashes to be heard; even if behind bars and the whole neighborhood can testify to that blaring songs from the album on the streets.
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on October 9, 2014
Gucci
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on May 24, 2015
The biggest Gucci mane fan love this album free Gucci
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on July 7, 2014
The best gucci album by far woooow
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on July 23, 2014
It was alright not too good.
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on February 27, 2017
Considering his beefs with other rappers, his lengthy rap sheet and current imprisonment, it's safe to say these are not the best of times for Gucci Mane, but in light of his multiple LP releases in 2014 alone, it certainly seems that the Atlanta rapper is one to push forward even when things get hairy. By this time, fans know exactly what to expect from Gucci Mane, and in Trap House Four, he delivers just that, nothing more and nothing less. The Southern slanging, lean drinking Trap God splurges on drugs, jewelry, cars and women to pretty much no one's surprise. After all, he has more or less been rapping exclusively about these topics for the greater part of the last decade, sometimes to the good, sometimes to the not so good. There are a few exciting moments in Gucci's lyrics here, but he mostly keeps his verses familiar. One redeeming part of Trap House Four is when he jokingly pokes fun at himself for all the substances he dabbles in. It's a bit disturbing but telling and thought provoking nonetheless. Several producers provide soft piano, whiny synths and other trap signatures, and Young Scooter, Chief Keef and Fredo Santana momentarily let Gucci rest his chops (as if they need resting). In all seriousness though, Gucci never gets sloppy and generally keeps his side of the hip hop bargain. Trap House Four is a very worthy addition to the Trap House legacy only, even if it feels and sounds painfully traditional at times.
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