Cory Gunz Calls Back To Early 1980s Bronx & Says It’s Simple As That (Video)

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Young Money has an extensive roster including Tyga, Nicki Minaj, Jae Mills, and Gudda Gudda. One of the artists who been down with Lil Wayne for several calendars has been Cory Gunz. The Uptown artist is son to an MC who made “Uptown” a national place back in ’97 (Peter Gunz). Although his album remains in progress/shelved, Cory pushes on. Interwoven 1980s South Bronx film footage is cut into “Simple As That.” The song basically captures Cory’s sincerity, and how despite his movement as of late, he’s not giving up.

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