Last Friday night fucking sucked. In the midst of everyone freaking out about whether Lil Wayne would survive the night or not, Gucci Mane didn’t make our lives any easier when he took to Twitter to announce “Waka flacka flames officially dropped off brick squad 1017. Big Guwop say give me a offer fa this disloyal lil nigga.” Gucci’s management has since released a statement saying the rapper’s Twitter was hacked, though no one seems to be buying that, including Waka, who’s been retweeting disparaging remarks about his mentor throughout the week. If this is really the end of the Gucci Mane and Waka’s relationship, it’s a huge bummer. I guess all there’s left to do is remember the good times. Here are the 10 Best Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka Flame collaborations.
The intro to Flocka’s Salute Me or Shoot Me 4 builds over hypnotizing keys courtesy of Southside and TM88 before Flocka explodes upon the beat dropping. Gucci’s verse is awesome; he talks about returning to the states from Japan and flying terrorists in from Sudan, though the line “Flockavelli, you know that’s my man, call Decatur Dan” now brings water to our eyes, in light of recent events.
Gucci and Waka really just want to be left alone. On this cut off Ferrari Boyz, Guwop explains that he’s busy with a lot of business, but that he doesn’t really like people in his business. He’s a complex man. Wild boy Waka yells about being a 24-year-old OG, and we really can’t disagree.
Mike Will made this, and it’s one of the highlights off Guwop’s comeback Trap Back mixtape from last year. Despite having such disparate approaches, it works here with Guwop mumbling about having a cooling kit for his tech and Waka barking about living 20 minutes away from where he grew up.
Gucci and Waka’s “Girl Power” song, where props are given for their lady having her own job and cash and not throwing a fit over the occasional trip to McDonalds.
Gucci and Waka show love to the youth.
The video in which the Rari Boyz bring the toys out and cut each other off a bunch. The two best parts of this are when Gucci shuns the media for making him out to be as bad as Charles Manson and Waka’s “Lane changing, chain swangin’” bridge towards the end.
Flocka slows down his normally rabid flow to get into mud-sipping mode with Guwop and Tity.
This song is great but the video is pretty good too, as Waka brushes his teeth with currency and luckily doesn’t wipe his ass with 50 dollar bills as he proclaims.
A$AP gets new friends Waka, Gucci, and Pharrell to join him on an unlikely extended remix of the unreleased banger produced by A$AP's one-time comrade SpaceGhostPurpp. This original is great, but this posse cut's way better, if only for Gucci's quotable "blue and white diamonds bitch, I'm so Tony Romo!"