Alabam’s legendary Gucci Mane ‘La Flare’ has returned with his long-awaited single ‘King Snipes’ with the iconic ‘Pimpin Ain’t Eazy’ emcee Kodak Black. Clocking in at just short of four minutes, the Richie Souf & Fourteen-produced single portrays Mane & Black’s lavish lifestyle and their close encounters with street criminal activities in America.
I was like, “Bet,” I know that was lyin’,
When them bullets had came my way, I say, “I bet Kodak ain’t dyin'”
We put murders backwards after, we turned red rum to wine
I’m that n**** that smack all the smackers so I am the biggest stepper, five-five
I’m a hot boy, my b**** the coldest, yeah, opposite attract
You got one time to raise your voice in here, then I’ma get the strap
I’vе been chasin’ that boy like a fly runnin’ house but evеntually, I’ll get him clapped,” raps Trap God in the first verse of the rap record.
Watch the ‘King Snipes’ music video by Gucci Mane & Kodak Black here.