It's been said, but one of the reasons Gucci is such a great rapper is that he actually seems to write to beats instead of just barreling through anything he wants with the same exact style every time. For "What It's Gonna Be," one of the standout tracks from his recently released The Appeal, Gucci stays rapping in a low croak, except when he sings off key at the beginning for a second. It's songs like this that make us wonder why some people (although that number is admittedly shrinking) think this dude isn't a good rapper. He has such a good command of flow and enjoys messing around with words. You know, rap nerd shit. Sorry dudes, it's the morning! We'll get less serious. What's up with the party Gucci is in for this video? Does he really need to associate himself with Flo-rida? That guy might be a robot. What did you think of The Appeal? When it was about to be released, you could pre-order it with a Gucci Mane towel. We thought it was a beach towel, but now we're pretty sure it's just a hand towel.