In his new single, Gucci explains why this trend needs to end and takes responsibility for comments he’s made in the past.
It has been a grave day of festivity for Young Dolph fans as the late rapper’s birthday is today (July 27). Dolph was tragically killed the previous Fall in a trap in his old neighborhood, and his friends and family keep on lamenting his misfortune. On what might have been Dolph’s 37th birthday celebration, Gucci Mane discreetly shared another single, “Dissin The Dead,” where he addresses a continuous worry inside Hip Hop as certain specialists take to their tunes to offer horrendous comments about individuals who have died.
In spite of the fact that Dolph was a darling figure locally, the business, and then some, there were still individuals who involved his misfortune as a method for talking adversely about him after his passing. We’ve seen different casualties like Pop Smoke and King Von persevere through such disdain, and on Gucci’s new track, he spits bars about why “dissing the dead” is something that should be resigned, right away.
Typically, we would find Gucci boasting about his accolades or bank accounts, but this time, he takes a moment to speak directly to his peers and fans on a track that delivers a poignant, and edifying message.
I know I should be more careful with the sh*t that I said
I feel like I started a trend, they never gon’ stop
They gon’ keep dissin’ the dead