Gucci Mane and V-Nasty Release Baytl LP

| December 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

Atlanta and Oakland are miles apart but Gucci Mane and V-Nasty appear to be quite close.  The leader of the White Girl Mob and the CEO of the Bricksquad empire combined forces for the most random collaboration in 2011, the Baytl LP. Fans and critics have wondered why Gucci linked up with V-Nasty despite her publized use of the N-Word. “I can’t judge her for that with all the sh– I been through,” Gucci told of V-Nasty. “I’m the last person that could judge somebody. All I know is I enjoy working with her. It was fun working with her.”

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The collaboration features production from Zaytoven, which doesn’t stand out from any of his other work. The East Atlanta trap star and the Bay Area, thugged out white girl trade bars back and forth that are way below what Gucci is capable of.  Critics from magazines and newspapers alike have had field days on the lyrical disaster from the two artists.

This joint LP produces sub-par lyrics, multiple cartoon beats and a whole lot of, “What the hell did they just say?” Even with some serviceable production that could be the soundtrack to ignorant boisterousness, Baytl doesn’t prove to be a winning combination. —Amber McKynzie XXL

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