Album: The Otha Side of the Trap
Label: Asylum, So Icey Ent., Mizay
Ironically, one of Gucci's earliest songs to get national attention wasn't even his; it was a track by his protege, OJ Da Juiceman, and in many senses, it was more OJ's song than Gucci's. Named for OJ's trademark ad-lib, the track also featured a fairly middle-of-the-road verse from Gucci, but was catchy enough, and demonstrated the crackling chemistry the duo developed.
49. OJ Da Juiceman f/ Gucci Mane "Make tha Trap Say Aye" (2008)