Gucci Mane and Chris Brown Refuse to “Tone It Down” in New Video
In the Eif Rivera-directed visual, Guwop and Breezy forgo the typical turn up to party at an Asian night spot. While Gucci and Brown perform, the crowd has their eyes locked on the martial arts display that is taking center stage. It doesn't stop La Flare from going in.
“Huh, pull up, fros up, with the door up/Chopper in the club, I don’t care who show up/Watch lookin’ like a glow up, when I throw up/East Side pour the Crys’ wrote why I grow up/Hold up, lil homie tone it down/Put the jewelery that you rockin’ for the kids, I’m a grown up/Sat courtside right next to the owner/Lookin’ so good, make his wife pick her phone up,” Gucci raps.
In a later scene, the Atlanta MC sits in a throne while being fanned and Breezy busts dance moves in the crowd.
It is unclear what project this single will appear on, but Guwop is always working on something. Recently he's been the go-to guy for pop artists having appeared on songs with Selena Gomez, Fifth Harmony and Bruno Mars.
His crossover success hasn't stopped there. A few days ago, he appeared in a hilarious commercial for Footaction along with Madeintyo and Cousin Stizz.
Watch Gucci Mane's "Tone It Down" video below.
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