Album: Gucci Mane and Friends 2
This was Gucci's peak of pure lyricism. While his voice is as disaffected and nonchalant as ever, there's an undeniable joyousness in his word choice, the imagery he uses and the euphonic way he packed words together: Assonance and internal rhymes, a sixth sense for meter, slant rhymes and unexpected stresses. It made every other rapper's boasts about jewelry seem tame by comparison: What good is a red diamond if it doesn't look like a sliced tomato?
20. Gwopp Boyz f/ Gucci Mane "Wonderful" (2009)