Gucci Mane and Pooh Shiesty group with Big Scarr on this feature off of “Enormous Grim Reaper.”
Most would agree that Gucci Mane has not lost his ear as an A&R in the course of recent years. The pandemic seemed to permit him to fix the crew up, after the underlying 1017 Eskimo program bombed. In any case, specialists like Pooh Shiesty and Foogiano are holding down the roads with Big Scarr directly behind them. The Memphis rapper arose on Friday with his introduction on the mark, Big Grim Reaper. With 17 tunes altogether, Scarr offers a balanced presentation into his reality, however individuals from the 1017 group are scatted across the tracklist.
Among the task’s many features is “Ballin In LA,” a bass-weighty, flex-substantial banger that discovers Big Scarr trading bars with Gucci Mane and Pooh Shiesty. The three rappers keep up with that they stay perilous in L.A., which Gucci portrays as “where rappers get coerced.” Pooh Shiesty slides on the second stanza before Scarr finishes the track off on the third.
It’s a superb showcase of the degree of ability that 1017 is bringing to the table. Scarr is unmistakably meaning to follow the accomplishment of Shiesty and Foogiano with his most recent tape.