I Get the Bag
by Gucci Mane (featuring Migos)

Album: Mr. Davis (2017)
Charted: 11
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  • This song finds Gucci Mane bragging about his wealth and women. He is joined by fellow ATLs Takeoff and Quavo from Migos who also rap about their extravagant lifestyles. The track is Mane and Migos' second collaboration, following their work together on the latter's "Slippery."
  • While Offset doesn't appear on the song, Takeoff and Quavo borrow some of his bars from "Slippery" and another Culture cut "Bad and Boujee."
  • The song features production from Southside and Metro Boomin. The latter's tagline for this track comes from Future's bridge on Uncle Murda's 2015 cut "Right Now." It first gained recognition from the intro of Drake and Future's What a Time to be Alive track "Jumpman." The tagline is absent from the song's album version.

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  • Jonathan from 18042yo. gucci mane has always been sweet. i like how fat joes coming back now. hopefully will make a new album about big pun. yo glottis coming back with rake it up so the genre is getting really good now.
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