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Young Gully, Definition of Gas Mixtape

The title track on Young Gully's latest is about the only song on the whole mixtape that sounds specifically like it's coming from East Oakland. Over a super sonar-ray of hyphy's signature bass throb, Gully raps almost from beginning to end without taking a single breath, like he's speeding his donk through every yellow light. (Guess that's the definition of gas?) The rest of the tape has a slight ATL slant, but not so much that Gully doesn't sound like he's repping tough for his city—it's just a different approach from a likable rapper who doesn't have to hew to one style to be dope. Bonus: cameos from San Quinn, D-Lo, J-Stalin and Yung Moses.

Download: Young Gully, Definition of Gas Mixtape (via Southern Hospitality)

Young Gully, Definition of Gas Mixtape