Gunna pulled up to the Gramercy Theater last night for what turned out to be an intimate serenade by Atlanta emcee himself.
As he has stated many times before in his hit singles “Top Off” he was “drippin’ in hot sauce” cause he was on fire last night. Instead of over-saturating the current No. 1 album, Drip or Drown 2
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He played some of his standout singles from past mixtapes, most notably “Drip Season 3.” In recent interviews, he has stated that a lot of people around the US know him as the feature on Travis Scott’s track, Yosemite, but he proved to be much more than that.
Running up his set list to include the playful melodies of “Pedestrian” and “Helluva Price,” while seamlessly transitioning into the more rap-centric “Drip Too Hard,” Gunna proved he wanted all the smoke from anyone who was questioning his legitimacy of being the artist behind the No. 1 album in the US.
All his hits, mixed in with the tracks from Drip or Drown 2 gave the audience exactly what they asked for. And then, without any notice…it happened…Jeffery (Young Thug) pulled up on stage!!! What!?!?!?
The mentor himself ended up performing, with Gunna, a medley of tracks that turned the crowd ALL THE WAY UP…Tracks such as “Oh Okay” and “Chanel (Go Get It)” were just a couple of tracks that they used to warm the crowd up. But at this point, this concert was a two for one event, that was truly worth a listening experience.
The craziest part about Gunna’s talent was his voice…it is not enough that you come across an artist who sounds better on stage, then in their professionally mixed albums. However, in this case, it was true.
Gunna’s voice is, arguably, one of the most unique voices in the game right now. A voice that artists are trying to get on their albums as features.
If last night proved anything, it’s that Gunna is not only an amazing performer, but he will forever stay drippin’.
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