Recently signed to Atlantic Records, the once incarcerated Gucci Mane is looking to finally reap his hard earned dividends. On this version of his single, Freaky Girl, fellow Atlanta native Ludacris jumps on board and offers what seems to be 16 throw-away bars; although even when Ludacris give a half-hearted effort, its more than most artists give on their feature verses. The real story here though is Gucci. His lyrical ability matches that of Yung Joc and his delivery at times is painfully slow, ala Loon or Mase (remember them?) With that said, Freaky Girl has the catchy nature to be an infectious ring tone and popular radio single in certain regions.
Written by DJ Z on 07/11/07
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