I was recently listening to my old iPod touch which has all my old music. It was on this device which I rediscovered an old Gucci Mane and Nicki Minaj track, ‘Shopaholics’. After hearing such a classic once again, I was complied to write an article on ‘The Bangers of Gucci Mane and Nicki Minaj’.
I won’t lie; I used to LOVE this song. Although, back then I used to only listen up to Trina’s verse. Reviewing the song now, Trina’s and Booby’s verse isn’t as bad as I once thought. That said I still believe that Nicki Minaj and Gucci Mane slaughtered this song.
This hook is one of my favorites. Partly because I was learning Spanish at the time this song dropped, so whenever I heard “Mi casa” or “Tu casa” I chuckled to myself. I would definitely say that Nicki had the best verse on this song. It did cross my mind the rank the verses but each artist killed it in their own way, It’s just that Nicki stood out from the rest.
My favorite track off of ‘Georgia’s Most Wanted’. The flow on the third verse will leave you speechless. This song isn’t the first collaboration between Gucci Mane and Pharrell, the few songs they have together are really good.
This song is all Gucci Mane. I really wasn’t moved by Nicki Minaj’s verse, I think it was below par for what I’m used to. Plus Gucci Mane really out done himself on this song.
Nicki Minaj’s verse went in on this song but there’s something about hearing Gucci Mane’s adlibs on Nicki’s verse that just makes her verse that little bit better.
I discovered this song doing research for this article. Damn this track is good. Gucci Mane and Nicki killed this track. And for once my face wasn’t in grimace listening to Rocko.
Personally this is my favorite track out of all the Gucci Mane and Nikki Minaj track. It might not necessarily be the best (I think that ‘Easy’ is the best) but I really enjoy listening to this track. Gucci Mane’s flow on this amazing beat just uplifts my soul.
This is the song that caused me to write this article. In fact this was the first Gucci Mane and Nicki Minaj track I had ever heard and there was no looking back whenever I saw these two together on a track.