Baytl(Explicit Version) CD (2011)

Artist: Gucci Mane

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Product Overview


Label Warner/reprise/maverick
SKU 225952286
UPC 093624953920
UPC 14 00093624953920
Format CD
Release Date 12/13/2011
Author Gucci Mane
Associated Artist/Work Holiday, DJ
Associated Artist/Work OJ Da Juiceman
Associated Artist/Work One, Burn, DJ
Associated Artist/Work Tapemasters, Inc.
Artist Contemporary Dirt Nasty
Artist Contemporary Gangsta Boo
Artist Contemporary Kreayshawn
Artist Contemporary Lil Debbie
Artist Contemporary Mickey Avalon
Technical Info
Producer Tha Bizness; Zaytoven
CatalogID 5290362
Lable Name Warner Bros.
Released 12/13/2011
Original Release 2011
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Length 46m : 25s
Mono/Stereo Stereo
UPC 00093624953920
Musical Guests
Mr. Fab
Slim Dunkin
Album Notes and Credits
Recording information: Patchwerk Studios, Atlanta, GA.
Partying all over rap like Nas never happened, the mush-mouth favorite Gucci Mane and the appropriately titled V-Nasty combine forces on this odd collabo called Baytl, which is as ridiculous, messy, and crass as fans want it to be. Even tasteful outsiders must admit that the "drugs go in, party anthem comes out" formula is still working here for the hedonist messiah they call Gucci, with "It's Gucci Nickelodeon, you just a custodian/I never say never, so I might be cookin' dope again" being a good example of his nutball brilliance. Another example, "I took the bitch out for breakfast/But I gave her dick for lunch," along with all the purple syrup talk should let parents know he's a poor guidance counselor. V-Nasty, the Kreayshawn affiliate known for her abuse of the "N" word, is an even worse role model, but her whiny boasts and trashy girl power attitude offer an amusing contrast to her thuggish, brutish partner. "Every time I grab the mike I eat it up, Osama" is how she confusingly rolls, all while declaring that she'll smoke up all your weed, liberate the cough syrup from your medicine cabinet, and get in a catfight with any chick that looks at her wrong. When Gucci offers her a "you ain't my lady" set-up on "Let's Get Faded," she blabs about her crew, a blown opportunity representative of the non-chemistry throughout the album. Marquee value is probably why they were paired, but the Tracy Morgan-meets-Scarface track called "Food Plug" is one of Gucci's most deliciously odd moments, and V-Nasty just happens to be there. Zaytoven and Kori Anders provide the able party beats as Chuck D, Madlib, Mr. Lif, Mos Def, the Roots, and many other symbols of hip-hop excellence stay home, leaving it up to Slim Dunkin and Mr. Fab, who both offer their services to this loud and obnoxious ruckus. ~ David Jeffries
Artist Overview
A snide and snarly female rapper, V-Nasty began living up to her name in 2011 when she joined the like-minded Kreayshawn and her White Girl Mob. She met Kreayshawn through a cousin, and the two rappers became fast friends, living together at one point and remaining tight while Kreayshawn ascended the charts in 2011 with her single "Gucci Gucci." That same year she joined Lil Debbie and Kreayshawn in the White Girl Mob, released a handful of mixtapes, and appeared alongside Gucci Mane on Baytl, a collaborative album released by the Warner Bros. label. ~ David Jeffries
Disc 1
1 Whip Appeal - (featuring P2theLA)
2 Loaded - (featuring Mr. Fab)
3 Let's Get Faded
4 White Girl
5 Push Ups - (featuring Slim Dunkin)
6 Food Plug - (featuring Berner)
7 Out My Circle
8 Hate Me Some More
9 Millions Every Month
10 Fill My Shoes
11 F*** You - (featuring Slim Dunkin)
12 Sick Swag
Product Attributes
Artist Gucci Mane
Label Warner/reprise/maverick
Music Format Compact Disc
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