This is not going to be a long review because I have nothing to go off of or talk about from this record.

Gunna is a Georgia rapper who tries to clone Young Thug, but is far worse in practice. He came into the rap scene around the time that other Georgia artists were entering such as Lil Baby and Roddy Ricch.

Gunna has never had an album that has blown me away. The only time that I have ever found him interesting was his feature on the Young Thug track “Hot”.

His collaboration with Lil Baby, Drip Harder, and his debut solo album Drip or Drown 2 are both terrible, hard to listen to records, and I had zero expectations that I would get anything different on WUNNA. To my chagrin, that is exactly what we get here.

Do some of the beats go hard in this record? Of course they do, but Gunna’s voice is so mumbled down, insufferable, and even hard to understand at points. He makes you want to tune out of the record after the first 10 minutes of listening to it.

There is not one point on this album where I go, “Hey, that was a good idea.” The only true attention-grabbing moment on this record is the eccentric instrumental on “ROCKSTAR BIKERS & CHAINS”, but still, Gunna’s vocals are awful.

That’s about all I have to say or even can say about this record because Gunna doesn’t give me anything to talk about. He’s a boneless Young Thug, lacking any vocal creativeness or energy on any of his records.

Gunna’s WUNNA is an awful album. He found a way to do worse than NAV’s Good Intentions.

Rating: 0/10

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