Zone 6 has a sick hook from Gucci. Gucci is sounding good, and Future goes in. This is most likely going to be the biggest record on the tape. This really sounds like it should have just been a Gucci Mane or Brick Squad tape with a Future feature. Future sounds hungrier than usual on these tracks, and it sounds like he's going back to some of his older flows. The beat is fine as well.
Someone posted Brick Fair from Trap Back yesterday and I made the comment that I sort of miss that era of Gucci's sound. He later unwrapped the gift he teased and released the joint mixtape Free Bricks 2: Zone 6 Edition with fellow Atlanta rapper Future. It's only missing a more prominent piano. If people think this is garbage I don't know what they were really expecting from Gucci, it's not like this is any different from his other projects quality wise. Gucci slays it as usual, but he doesn't deliver as many quotables as he did on Woptober and Everybody Looking. It wasn't nearly as good as it should have been for being Future x Gucci.
Kinda Dope sounds like a pretty generic Gucci and Zay song at first, and honestly, I have to agree. Despite having no features, the mixtape's booming bass-lines see production from the rapper's frequent collaborators Zaytoven, Metro Boomin and Southside. This definitely felt like a Gucci feat. It's not bad, but it's pretty average. Most of this tape, beats, verses, lines, have been complete for a long time even if it's just been written in a notebook.
So much on this tape sounds like it was recorded in 2011-2012. Then again, something didn't click with Free Bricks 1, either. Gucci's Monica Lewinsky line is hilarious. But, I'm not trying to be a conspiracy theorist here. Another little issue I had is that the vocals for Future especially just sound off on some tracks. I really like the little twinkle of piano every once in a while in the song. Future's hook is extremely catchy.
He sounds like he fumbles a couple of his lines in this track, but hey, they made this in a day, so I'm not really complaining. The beat seems to be standard Southside fare. Maybe I don't mean literally recorded in 2011-2012, but I feel like a lot of what's on this tape is not brand new. Selling Herron is a Gucci Mane song first and foremost. Gucci mane x future bricks 2 zone 6 edition entry deadline submit your no later than january 3rd 2019 at 6 00 a m est if you re not sure what time zone in here s gucci mane and future release joint mixtape bricks 2 zone 6 edition en gucci mane s tober al stream and drake future s collaborative mixtape what a time to 2 Bedroom House In Sebokeng Zone 6 P24 106246284 Gucci mane the return of mr zone 6 atlanta creative loafing gucci mane x future bricks 2 zone 6 edition mixtape h20 a song by bigga rankin gucci mane on spotify wet n wild fort zone 6 color icon eyeshadow 2018 review king mayday barrels zone 7 new hip hop like gucci mane. Gucci also slayed this song.
The 6-song collaborative project is the sequel to 2011's Free Bricks which featured a handful of guest appearances but on Free Bricks 2: Zone 6 Edition, GuWop and Hendrix keep the heat flowing strictly between them two. . Gucci is much stronger throughout the tape, and Future is just all over the place. The beat from Zay is much better than Kinda Dope. It's got good flows, a decent beat, and a cool hook, but it's nothing to come back to.
That's not bad, or anything, but I am not really buying that these two went into the studio and had some intense, competitive back and forth. The beat and hook combine to make this seem extremely Gucci. I feel like it could get annoying after a while though. It's got the classic Zay sounds effects, bongos, etc. Die a Gangster is an absolute banger.
Future sounds good, but not great on this joint. The mixing is a little weird to me, but it doesn't detract much from this record. Future project, which is fine but I like Future more so it would've been nice if he was more prominent. He delivers a great verse. The Sevyn Streeter line makes the hook more interesting, but it's definitely not one of the catchier tracks.