Gunna Defends Young Thug Ties, Rails Against ‘Snitch’ Label On New Album

Gunna, the Atlanta-based rapper, recently released his new album ‘Drip or Drown 2’, and it’s clear that he is not afraid to speak his mind. The album is a powerful statement in defense of his close relationship with fellow rapper Young Thug, and an equally strong condemnation of those who label him a “snitch”.

The album opens with a track titled ‘One Call’, which features Gunna and Young Thug trading bars about their friendship and loyalty to each other. Gunna raps “I’ma ride for my brother, I’ma die for my brother / That’s why I’ma never snitch on my brother”, a clear statement of his stance on the issue.

Throughout the album, Gunna continues to make his point, rapping about the importance of loyalty and friendship and how it’s more important than any material possessions. He also speaks out against those who would label him a “snitch”, and insists that he is not one.

In addition to his lyrical content, Gunna also makes use of some of the latest technologies in music production to create a unique and powerful sound. He has incorporated elements of trap, hip-hop, and R&B into his production, and also makes use of vocal processing and auto-tune to give his tracks a distinct sound.

The result is an album that is both a powerful statement and an impressive display of musical prowess. Gunna’s ‘Drip or Drown 2’ is an album that will be remembered for years to come, and it is clear that he is not afraid to stand up for what he believes in.