Lil Pump: Gucci Gang Meaning
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Song Released: 2017
Gucci Gang Lyrics
Yuh, ooh, brr, brr
Gucci gang, ooh
Yuh, Lil Pump, yuh
Gucci gang, ooh (ooh, Big Head on the beat)
Gucci gang, Gucci gang, Gucci gang, Gucci gang (Gucci gang)
Gucci gang, Gucci gang,...
anonymous Oct 10th, 10:09am report
This song is mostly about lil pump's respect for women and his distrust of drugs and his respect for life and his first love possibly. He also describes nature as well.
anonymous Oct 27th, 10:02pm report
lil pump eloquently composes this song, using multiple languages, poetic inspiration from Robert frost, followed by diverse and hard hitting lyrics, showing his 200 iq and partnership with the Italian clothing brand Gucci. Mr. Garcia exemplifies strong morals and worship of the kuran. in the music video Mr Garcia brings out the tiger him-himself raised and nurtured from birth.
anonymous Dec 1st, 12:04pm report
It's a gang were you fart as you do a line and grow gummy worms in your head.
anonymous Nov 28th, 11:43pm report
Gucci gang is an elegantly structured masterpiece that is living poetry itself. Respecting women is displayed as a major theme and portrays lil pump as a poetic genius
anonymous Nov 28th, 11:18am report
Dude, i love Lil Pump he is my fav. And i love all of his songs. He's a beast and a really good singer.
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anonymous Nov 24th, 11:47am report
An auful song. "I f*** that b****, I forgot her name" It not only says it once, but multiple times! Basically a song that encourages rape. If that part of the lyrics isn't enough for you, "I can't buy that bih no wedding rings." (Bih means b**** if you didn't know)
anonymous Nov 23rd, 11:55am report
This...whatever it is...is honestly garbage. Just pure trash. It doesn't deserve its fame. None of the modern day "rap" music deserves its fame. The world needs artforms, it needs poetic masterpieces, its needs inspirational meanings, and powerful themes associated with songs. This kind of garbage is destroying the mental world. As is country music...
anonymous Nov 21st, 11:39am report
This song is about loving bitchies and how he loves them with all his heart. That he thinks that drugs are bad. That drugs will make you have terates. That he loves his life and that you should respect women and make men your sex slave for life.
anonymous Nov 20th, 11:37pm report
A true representation of how much our race has evolved a truly elegant display of poetry by our GOD lil pump leading our next generation to success
anonymous Nov 17th, 11:49pm report
Little pump is a poetic god showing that he is a true Minecraft player and is rich af. It also shows his respect for women.
anonymous Nov 15th, 11:19am report
Gucci Gang is a clear sign that lil pump is a poetic god. He demonstrates his advanced vocabulary throughout this masterpiece of poetic art. If you disagree you are obviously not on the same intelligence level as him and his toothless fans
anonymous Nov 13th, 11:54pm report
What lil pump is saying is that hes really rich cause he has a gucci skin on minecraft.
anonymous Oct 26th, 10:54pm report
This is his humble lyrical autobiography.
anonymous Oct 19th, 10:17am report
This is a disgusting song about women drugs and sex. horrible. vote if you agree.
anonymous Oct 18th, 10:03pm report
Lil Pump, after dropping out of IB league college to save the rap game, decided to write this song out of rage for being kicked off of a West Jet flight. Now looking back on this experience he humbly shows off his success in his passion-filled rap career. This is one of the key songs in the rap games rebirth as prophesied by NWA and Tupac. This proves that Tupac did in fact appear to Lil Pump telling him to save the rap game.
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