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Trap House

Gucci Mane

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For Atlanta MC Gucci Mane, the road to the release of his debut, TRAP HOUSE, was, to say the least, a bit bizarre. First there was a dispute over the underground hit "Icy," a collaboration with Young Jeezy of Boyz N Da Hood, with Gucci denying Def Jam the rights to put the track on the latter's debut record, which led to an exchange of accusatory mixtape tracks. Then, the week before TRAP HOUSE dropped, Gucci Mane found himself surrendering to murder charges. Controversy has rarely hurt record sales, but the album ultimately stands or falls on the strength of Mane's rap skills. To that effect, he is a charismatic rapper who rhymes with an agreeable rawness about rising from life on the streets. There is no smoke-and-mirrors obfuscation to his style; "Lawnmower Man" simply speaks of his prowess, "Black Tees" plainly, playfully swipes at the Dem Franchize Boyz hit "White Tees." The controversial "Icy" employs an electronic beat as spare as Mane's style for an effective paean to the streets. Across all the tracks, Gucci Mane's breezy demeanor contrasts his hard lyrics for a capable debut.
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1
Intro
00:00:38

R. Davis, Composer - Gucci Mane, MainArtist

(C) 2005 Big Cat Records (P) 2005 Big Cat Records

2
Trap House
00:04:19

R. Davis, Composer - Demetrius Stewart, Composer - Gucci Mane, MainArtist

(C) 2005 Big Cat Records (P) 2005 Big Cat Records

3
That's All
00:04:38

R. Davis, Composer - Gucci Mane, MainArtist - Revered C.L. Moore, Composer

(C) 2005 Big Cat Records (P) 2005 Big Cat Records

4
Booty Shorts
00:04:20

R. Davis, Composer - Gucci Mane, MainArtist - Xavier Dotson, Composer

(C) 2005 Big Cat Records (P) 2005 Big Cat Records

5
Icy
00:04:43

R. Davis, Composer - Gucci Mane, MainArtist - Young Jeezy, Composer - Xavier Dotson, Composer

(C) 2005 Big Cat Records (P) 2005 Big Cat Records

6
Two Thangs
00:04:18

R. Davis, Composer - Demetrius Stewart, Composer - Gucci Mane, MainArtist

(C) 2005 Big Cat Records (P) 2005 Big Cat Records

7
Money Don't Matter
00:04:56

R. Davis, Composer - Gucci Mane, MainArtist - Revered C.L. Moore, Composer

(C) 2005 Big Cat Records (P) 2005 Big Cat Records

8
That's My Hood
00:04:51

R. Davis, Composer - Demetrius Stewart, Composer - Gucci Mane, MainArtist

(C) 2005 Big Cat Records (P) 2005 Big Cat Records

9
Lawnmower Man
00:04:24

R. Davis, Composer - Gucci Mane, MainArtist - Xavier Dotson, Composer

(C) 2005 Big Cat Records (P) 2005 Big Cat Records

10
Pyrex Pot
00:04:55

R. Davis, Composer - Demetrius Stewart, Composer - Gucci Mane, MainArtist

(C) 2005 Big Cat Records (P) 2005 Big Cat Records

11
Independent Balling Like A Major #1
00:01:04

R. Davis, Composer - Gucci Mane, MainArtist

(C) 2005 Big Cat Records (P) 2005 Big Cat Records

12
Black Tee
00:05:10

R. Davis, Composer - Bun B, Composer - Lil Scrappy, Composer - Gucci Mane, MainArtist - Jody Breeze, Composer - Young Jeezy, Composer - Xavier Dotson, Composer - Killa Mike, Composer

(C) 2005 Big Cat Records (P) 2005 Big Cat Records

13
Corner Cuttin'
00:04:38

R. Davis, Composer - Demetrius Stewart, Composer - Gucci Mane, MainArtist

(C) 2005 Big Cat Records (P) 2005 Big Cat Records

14
Independent Balling Like A Major #2
00:00:45

R. Davis, Composer - Gucci Mane, MainArtist

(C) 2005 Big Cat Records (P) 2005 Big Cat Records

15
Hustle
00:04:45

R. Davis, Composer - Gucci Mane, MainArtist - Xavier Dotson, Composer

(C) 2005 Big Cat Records (P) 2005 Big Cat Records

16
Damn Shawty
00:04:11

R. Davis, Composer - Gucci Mane, MainArtist - I. III Snead, Composer

(C) 2005 Big Cat Records (P) 2005 Big Cat Records

17
Go Head
00:05:04

R. Davis, Composer - Gucci Mane, MainArtist - Revered C.L. Moore, Composer

(C) 2005 Big Cat Records (P) 2005 Big Cat Records

18
Outro
00:00:25

R. Davis, Composer - Gucci Mane, MainArtist

(C) 2005 Big Cat Records (P) 2005 Big Cat Records

Descriptif de l'album

For Atlanta MC Gucci Mane, the road to the release of his debut, TRAP HOUSE, was, to say the least, a bit bizarre. First there was a dispute over the underground hit "Icy," a collaboration with Young Jeezy of Boyz N Da Hood, with Gucci denying Def Jam the rights to put the track on the latter's debut record, which led to an exchange of accusatory mixtape tracks. Then, the week before TRAP HOUSE dropped, Gucci Mane found himself surrendering to murder charges. Controversy has rarely hurt record sales, but the album ultimately stands or falls on the strength of Mane's rap skills. To that effect, he is a charismatic rapper who rhymes with an agreeable rawness about rising from life on the streets. There is no smoke-and-mirrors obfuscation to his style; "Lawnmower Man" simply speaks of his prowess, "Black Tees" plainly, playfully swipes at the Dem Franchize Boyz hit "White Tees." The controversial "Icy" employs an electronic beat as spare as Mane's style for an effective paean to the streets. Across all the tracks, Gucci Mane's breezy demeanor contrasts his hard lyrics for a capable debut.
© TiVo

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