Cormega & Gunplay Flow Together Like Guns & Butter (Audio)

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Cormega is known for his laid back delivery. While he can spit his words quickly, the Queensbridge veteran never needs to raise his voice to drive a point home. Maybach Music Group’s Gunplay is a bit different. The Miami, Florida MC is one who amplifies tracks with his raw emotion, and often bark-style approach with manipulated cadence. Both artists place their perspectives on the streets and life in their lyrics.

It is only fitting that coming together, via the Harry Fraud-produced “Guns and Butter.” The song exemplifies ‘Mega and Don Logan’s overlapping qualities. Neither MC bends into the other. The current Def Jam artist kicks things off rapping with the vigor and umph he is known for. Then, the Legal Hustle CEO follows with his rhyme insights on what it takes to make it among the wolves.

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