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Intro Live From Fulton County Jail HD (Explicit Album Version)

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Burrrprint [2] HD by Gucci Mane

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Intro Live From Fulton County Jail HD (Explicit Album Version)

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Label: Asylum/Warner Bros.
Burrrprint 2 opens with "Intro Live from Fulton County Jail," with Gucci Mane rapping over the phone while serving one of his many prison sentences. On this retail mixtape, he reaffirms his ghetto celebrity, while Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, Yo Gotti and others lend support. Some will claim that Burrrprint 2 is the "real Gucci Mane," while studio albums like The Appeal, released later in 2010, are just his fitful attempts to launch a mainstream career. And indeed, Gucci seems comfortable amidst the "Coca Coca" talk and hard Dirty South beats. However, a few Burrrprint 2 moments, such as Ludacris rapping about guns on "Atlanta Zoo," sound wildly implausible.

About This Album

Burrrprint 2 opens with "Intro Live from Fulton County Jail," with Gucci Mane rapping over the phone while serving one of his many prison sentences. On this retail mixtape, he reaffirms his ghetto celebrity, while Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, Yo Gotti and others lend support. Some will claim that Burrrprint 2 is the "real Gucci Mane," while studio albums like The Appeal, released later in 2010, are just his fitful attempts to launch a mainstream career. And indeed, Gucci seems comfortable amidst the "Coca Coca" talk and hard Dirty South beats. However, a few Burrrprint 2 moments, such as Ludacris rapping about guns on "Atlanta Zoo," sound wildly implausible.

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About This Album

Burrrprint 2 opens with "Intro Live from Fulton County Jail," with Gucci Mane rapping over the phone while serving one of his many prison sentences. On this retail mixtape, he reaffirms his ghetto celebrity, while Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, Yo Gotti and others lend support. Some will claim that Burrrprint 2 is the "real Gucci Mane," while studio albums like The Appeal, released later in 2010, are just his fitful attempts to launch a mainstream career. And indeed, Gucci seems comfortable amidst the "Coca Coca" talk and hard Dirty South beats. However, a few Burrrprint 2 moments, such as Ludacris rapping about guns on "Atlanta Zoo," sound wildly implausible.