It wasn't too hard to see Gucci Mane's first couple of post-prison collaborations coming. After all, who wouldn't want to link up with Drake or Kanye West? But it's a lot more surprising to see the very in-demand rapper link up with Chicago up-and-comer Dreezy, especially so soon after leaving prison. Thankfully, it happened, and the pair put together a solid collaboration on "We Gon Ride," with the two artists styles meshing together well to create a fun jam.
"That's my nigga/That's my bro/Yeah that's my dog/If niggas want to get it bussin he gon' call/He gon' ride until the wheels fall of/We gon' ride until the wheels fall off," Dreezy spits on the chorus, before Gucci comes in with a hungry verse.
After kicking around for the last few years, Dreezy is finally seeing her first major taste of success with the Jeremih-featuring single "Body." The song peaked at No. 8 on the Billboard R&B chart, and its music video has racked up over 12 million views. "Body," as well as "We Gon Ride," are both likely to live on Dreezy's upcoming debut album. The project doesn't have a title or release date yet, but the Chicago rapper sat down with Complex recently to discuss the project, her city, and her dream collaborations. "We keep it 1000, it ain't no sugarcoating," she said about Chicago, noting that she missed the city now that she lives in Los Angeles.
You can purchase Dreezy and Gucci Mane's "We Gon Ride" on her album out now on iTunes, stream it on Spotify, and watch the pair link up to pick up some extravagant new diamonds in the video for the track on Vevo.