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GUNNA - Wunna Chords for Guitar and Piano

This single was released on 18 May 2020. It is originally in the key of D Minor. You can change it to any key you want, using the Transpose option. The average tempo is 75 BPM. These chords are simple and easy to play on the guitar or piano.

Vocals:Gunna ,
Producer(s):Turbo,
Writer(s):Turbo , Gunna,

Original Key: D Minor Time Signature: 4/4 Tempo: 75 Suggested Strumming: DU,DU,DU,DU c h o r d z o n e . o r g[INTRO] Dm (Run that back, Turbo) www.chordzone.org Dm [CHORUS] Dm Muddy poured up (Poured up), got a cutter (Cutter) Dm Lotta orders (Orders), dollars, quarters (Ayy) Dm Wrist water (Ayy), Rich Porter (Ayy) Dm Your bitch on now (On now), Gunna Wunna (Wunna) Dm Commas, commas (Racks), hundreds, hey (Hey) Dm I'm a stoner (Stoner), sauna, summer (Hey) Dm Benihana ('Hana), cook up, hey (Hey) Dm My crew paid (Paid), surf a wave (Wave) [VERSE ONE] Dm Pop it (Pop it) Dm I been sippin' Akorn, rich nigga, I'm A1 Dm AP blacker than Akon (Uh), baby butter pecan (Uh) Dm Billionaire, I want a refund (Uh) Dm Breakin' her back 'til I see the sun Dm I fucked the bitch on the jet (Jet) Dm Cuban baguette on her neck (Her neck) Dm She only call me for sex (Sex) Dm Speed in the 'Vette (Speed in the 'Vette) Dm I still got my foot on they neck, uh (They neck) Dm Gunna put 'em to rest (To rest) Dm I used to trap at the Exxon (Exxon) Dm For the slum, gotta keep you a gun Dm I'm not a regular pedestrian Dm Fuckin' hoes by the week every month Dm She wan' me stick it deep in her gut Dm Let me know if you with it or what Dm If I catch a body, I keep it on hush (Hush) Dm You pussies gon' tell in a rush Dm Come to the spot and the feeling is plush (Plush) Dm I don't fuck with these niggas, a dub www.chordzone.org[CHORUS] Dm Muddy poured up (Poured up), got a cutter (Cutter) Dm Lotta orders (Orders), dollars, quarters (Ayy) Dm Wrist water (Ayy), Rich Porter (Ayy) Dm Your bitch on now (On now), Gunna Wunna (Wunna) Dm Commas, commas (Racks), hundreds, hey (Hey) Dm I'm a stoner (Stoner), sauna, summer (Hey) Dm Benihana ('Hana), cook up, hey (Hey) Dm My crew paid (Paid), surf a wave (Wave) [VERSE TWO] Dm Surf (Surf), surf (Surf), surf (Surf), surf (Wave) Dm Pop a Perc' (Perc'), Papa Smurf (Smurf) Dm Lotta dirt, I can call up Durk (Lil Durk) Dm Chrome Heart shirts (Shirts), millions off merch (Merch) Dm Sippin', drippin', tippin', trippin' (Ayy) Dm Women, hey, linen, hey (Ayy) Dm Dealin', killin', spinnin', winnin' Dm Grillin', hey (Hey), feelin' paid (Paid) [CHORUS] Dm Muddy poured up (Poured up), got a cutter (Cutter) Dm Lotta orders (Orders), dollars, quarters (Ayy) Dm Wrist water (Ayy), Rich Porter (Ayy) Dm Your bitch on now (On now), Gunna Wunna (Wunna) Dm Commas, commas (Racks), hundreds, hey (Hey) Dm I'm a stoner (Stoner), sauna, summer (Hey) Dm Benihana ('Hana), cook up, hey (Hey) Dm My crew paid (Paid), surf a wave (Wave)

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Gunna (rapper)

American rapper and singer from Georgia

Musical artist

Sergio Giavanni Kitchens (born June 14, 1993), known professionally as Gunna, is an American rapper. Best known for his collaborations with Lil Baby and Young Thug, he is signed to the latter's record label, YSL Records, as well as 300 Entertainment and Atlantic Records.[3] He released his debut studio album, Drip or Drown 2 on February 22, 2019 and followed it up with his second studio album Wunna on May 22, 2020, which debuted atop the Billboard200.[4]

Early life[edit]

Kitchens was born in College Park, Georgia. He was raised by his mother and has four older brothers.[1] He started making music at age fifteen.[5] He grew up listening to Cam'ron, Chingy and Outkast, among others.[6] Kitchens attended North Springs Charter School of Arts and Sciences and Langston Hughes High School. In 2013, Gunna released the mixtape Hard Body under the name Yung Gunna.[5]

Career[edit]

2016–2018: Career beginnings and Drip Season series[edit]

Feature Gunna was introduced to American rapper Young Thug through Keith "King" Troup, a mutual friend and community figure who died in December 2015. He was later featured alongside American rappers Travis Scott and Gucci Mane on Thug's song, "Floyd Mayweather", from his commercial mixtape, Jeffery.[6][7]

On October 14, 2016, Gunna released his debut mixtape, Drip Season through YSL Records. It featured members from YSL, such as Young Thug, Lil Duke, and Nechie.[8] He released the mixtape Drip Season 2 on May 11, 2017. It featured many popular Atlanta and YSL artists such as Young Thug, Playboi Carti, and Offset. From the mixtape, "YSL" featuring American rapper Playboi Carti was on a "Grand Theft Auto" radio station.[9][10] On November 30, 2017, He released his debut extended play, Drip or Drown, in which his record producer and close friend Wheezy entirely produced it, with a sole guest appearance from Young Thug.[11]

2018: Drip Season 3 and Drip Harder[edit]

On February 2, 2018, he released the commercial mixtape, Drip Season 3. It featured notable guest appearances from Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Lil Durk, Nav, Metro Boomin, and Lil Yachty, while the deluxe edition featured additional appearances from Lil Uzi Vert, Young Jordan, Young Thug, and Lil Baby. The regular and deluxe editions were simultaneously released together.[12]

On April 17, 2018, Gunna released a single titled, "Sold Out Dates", featuring American rapper Lil Baby, a close friend and frequent collaborator. The song became one of his mainstream recordings and received millions of streams on platforms like YouTube and SoundCloud. It was eventually released as a non-album single after leaks. On August 3, Gunna also appeared alongside Canadian rapper Nav on American rapper and singer Travis Scott's single "Yosemite", a standout song from his third studio album, Astroworld, which happened to also be the highest-selling album of the year. The verse in the song, which was performed by Scott mimics Gunna's verse in "Sold Out Dates". The majority of the song's popularity went towards Gunna's appearance on the chorus.

On September 12, 2018, Gunna and Lil Baby released a collaborative single "Drip Too Hard," which would turn out as the lead single of their collaborative mixtape, Drip Harder. The mixtape was released on October 5. It featured guest appearances from Lil Durk, Nav, Young Thug, and Drake. The single and mixtape both peaked at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and the Billboard 200, respectively.[8]

2019: Drip or Drown 2[edit]

On February 1, 2019, Gunna released the single, "One Call", which was certified platinum and serves as the lead single of his debut studio album, Drip or Drown 2. On February 11, he released the second and final single, "Speed it Up". The album was released on February 22, featuring guest appearances from fellow Atlanta rappers Lil Baby, Young Thug, and Playboi Carti, and charting at number three on the 200 Chart.[13]

On August 16, 2019, he was featured on American rapper Young Thug's single "Hot", from the latter's debut studio album, So Much Fun. The song peaked at the number-one spot on Apple Music. The song was given a remix with an extra feature on a verse from American rapper and singer Travis Scott on October 31 (Halloween), because of which the song eventually peaked at number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100.[14] Gunna is also featured on "Surf" from the album, as well as "Diamonds" from the deluxe version, the latter which was released in December 2019.

2020: Wunna[edit]

On the week of Friday, February 14, 2020, Gunna was featured on three songs. He was featured on the late Pop Smoke's "Dior" remix, released on February 12. He was also featured on Marlo's "My Hood" and alongside Roddy Ricch and London on da Track on A Boogie wit da Hoodie's song "Numbers", both released on February 14. Gunna later released a collaborative single with Nav, titled "Turks", featuring Travis Scott. The song was released on March 27, 2020, and serves as the lead single to Nav's third studio album, Good Intentions (Gunna is also featured on the track "Codeine" from the album). "Turks" marks the second time the three artists had collaborated on the same song following Scott's song "Yosemite". Six days later, on April 2, 2020, he released a collaborative track with producer Turbo and Young Thug, titled "Quarantine Clean", referencing the COVID-19 pandemic, an ongoing pandemic at the time of the song's release.

On March 6, 2020, he released a single, "Skybox", the lead single of his second studio album, Wunna. It was released with an accompanying music video.[15] On May 18, 2020, Gunna released the title track of the album, which was the second single. Four days later, on May 22, Gunna released the album[16] It features guest appearances from Young Thug, Nechie, Lil Baby, Roddy Ricch, and Travis Scott. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, becoming his first number one album.[17] On July 24, 2020, he released the deluxe edition, with eight more songs, featuring additional guest appearances from Yak Gotti, Future, Nav, and Lil Uzi Vert.

On August 14, 2020, Gunna and hip-hop collective and record label Internet Money released the single, "Lemonade", featuring American singer Don Toliver and Nav.

Discography[edit]

Main article: Gunna discography

References[edit]

  1. ^ abKochhar, Nazuk (October 25, 2017). "Gunna wants you to go out and get it". The Fader. Retrieved February 1, 2019.
  2. ^@1GunnaGunna (March 17, 2020). "WUNNA- Wealthy Unapologetic Nigga Naturally Authentic ‼️" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  3. ^Bundy, Will (November 16, 2016). "Young Thug Has Apparently Launched His Own Label, YSL Records. Some of Gunna's top Billboard hits include "Drip Too Hard", "Never Recover" and "Space Cadet"". The Fader. Retrieved February 1, 2019.
  4. ^Johnson, Patrick (May 12, 2020). "Gunna Announces 'WUNNA' Album Release Date With New Documentary Trailer". HypeBeast. Retrieved May 14, 2020.
  5. ^ abLee, Christina (October 22, 2018). "Gunna Speaks His Success Into Existence". XXL. Retrieved February 7, 2019.
  6. ^ abCoe, Kairi (February 16, 2018). "The Break Presents: Gunna". XXL. Retrieved February 5, 2019.
  7. ^Hussein, Wandera (February 14, 2018). "Buzzing Atlanta Rapper Gunna Talks 'Drip Season 3,' Working With Young Thug & Meeting Wyclef Jean". Billboard. Retrieved February 5, 2019.
  8. ^ abPeisner, David (December 12, 2018). "Chartbreaker: How Gunna Went From 'Only Knowing Struggle' to Having Nine Hot 100 Hits". Billboard. Retrieved February 7, 2019.
  9. ^Evan Minsker (December 12, 2017). "Frank Ocean Launches "Grand Theft Auto" Radio Station: JAY-Z, Panda Bear, Aphex Twin, More". Pitchfork.com. Retrieved April 10, 2020.
  10. ^Kochhar, Nazuk (June 1, 2017). "Gunna rules, and here's the proof". The Fader. Retrieved February 7, 2019.
  11. ^"Gunna & Wheezy's "Drip Or Drown" EP Has Arrived". HotNewHipHop. Retrieved November 25, 2019.
  12. ^Renshaw, David (February 2, 2018). "Listen to Gunna's Drip Season 3 project". The Fader. Retrieved February 7, 2019.
  13. ^Saponara, Michael. "Gunna Announces 'Drip or Drown II' Release Date". Billboard. Retrieved February 26, 2019.
  14. ^"Young Thug". Billboard. Retrieved June 8, 2020.
  15. ^"Watch Gunna's Balloon Voyage Video for New Song "SKYBOX"". Pitchfork. Retrieved March 6, 2020.
  16. ^"Stream Gunna New Album 'WUNNA' Here". Siachen Studios. May 22, 2020. Retrieved May 23, 2020.
  17. ^Caulfield, Keith (May 31, 2020). "'Wunna' Wins: Gunna Earns First No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 Chart". Billboard. Retrieved July 14, 2020.

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Hip-Hop Had a Surprising Secret Weapon in 2018: Acoustic Guitar

For at least a decade now, rap beats have been getting fiercer every year. The biggest producers in the genre largely abandoned traditional acoustic instrumentation, instead embracing the abrasive potential of software. As Kanye West worked on his 2010 album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, he kept a note on his wall reading, “NO ACOUSTIC GUITAR IN THE STUDIO.” Producers like Lex Luger and Metro Boomin, who enjoyed dominant runs in the 2010s, took that approach to an extreme, constructing hulking beats that hit like jackhammers. The wave crested last year, as a new generation of fast-rising SoundCloud rappers earned record deals by meting out battering, rumbling, distorted sounds in 2-minute bursts. Concessions to melody seemed at best a distraction, if not a sign of weakness.

But in a bizarre about-face, soft guitar licks re-infiltrated hip-hop’s commercial power centers in 2018. Their ascendance was cemented this fall, when Lil Baby and Gunna‘s “Drip Too Hard” — which builds around a prominent guitar loop — became one of rap’s biggest hits (278 million streams since September). “Drip Too Hard” was still one of the most popular records in the country at the end of November, when Meek Mill’s guitar-first “Dangerous” completed a long climb to Number One at mainstream R&B/hip-hop radio. The same week, Travis Scott picked the second single from the juggernaut Astroworld: “Yosemite,” a collaboration with Gunna and Nav that also revolves around a circular guitar pattern.

Jae Brown, who works in both A&R and marketing for Motown and Capitol Records, ticks off other similar-sounding tracks. “Kodak Black’s ‘Calling My Spirit’ [released this month] — that’s one of my favorite songs right now,” he says. “The ‘Tik Tok’ record by 6ix9ine and [Lil] Baby [released in November]. You see guys like Yung Lan and the collective Working on Dying using it, like in Matt Ox’s ‘Zero Degrees’ [in October]. That sound is part of very big, very relevant records right now.”

Of course, the presence of guitars in hip-hop is not new. The genre’s origins in soul and funk samples ensured that riffs were an important part of hip-hop history — Kurtis Blow’s “The Breaks,” which is commonly cited as the first Gold-certified single in rap, revolved around a slick guitar sample. “The genre’s always been influenced by guitar overall,” says George “Geo” Cook, who is director of operations, brand manager and program director for the Dallas rap station KKDA. “In the Eighties, you had Run-D.M.C.’s guitar-infused hit ‘Walk This Way.’ You had riffs in Arrested Development’s ‘Everyday People,’ Tupac’s ‘Thugz Mansion,’ Dr. Dre productions.”

But in the second half of the 2000s, that guitar sound became less fashionable. Soul samples were no longer an essential part of hip-hop’s mainstream. And advances in production programs and autotune meant that most of pop music moved away from a live-instrument foundation. Young producers enjoyed brief turns guiding rap — Mike Will Made-It, DJ Mustard — and guitars played no role in their signature formulas. Their success stemmed from the wall-buckling power of their programmed drums and bass lines. Guitars seemed flimsy in comparison.

KKDA’s Cook first noticed the return of the acoustic guitar when he heard “Go Flex,” a minor hit for Post Malone in 2016. Another strum-happy Post Malone single, “I Fall Apart,” debuted on the Hot 100 the following year. 2017 also saw the release of Juice WRLD’s “Lucid Dreams,” the now-massive hit that samples acoustic guitar from Sting’s “Shape of My Heart,” and XXXTentacion’s “Jocelyn Flores,” which is based around childlike, Guitar-101 licks.

But this year’s guitar-rap wave likely has a different source: Young Thug’s 2017 mixtape Beautiful Thugger Girls, which the rapper labelled his “singing album,” and some fans dubbed a country record thanks to Thug’s use of the phrase “yee haw.” On the album cover, the rapper perched on a bed with an acoustic guitar in his lap. Casual fans who knew Thug’s hits like “Danny Glover” and “Lifestyle” were surprised to hear him crooning over guitars and strings on the album opener; later, he sampled modern folkies Bright Eyes on “Me or Us.”

Beautiful Thugger Girls was not a commercial smash. Every one of Thug’s recent mixtapes — Slime Season 3, Jeffery, Super Slimey — has gone on to sell more copies. But Lil Baby, who went to school with Thug in Atlanta, and Gunna, who is signed to Thug’s label, appear to have perfected a version of the Beautiful Thugger Girls sound that’s more palatable for the mass market. Their instrumentals are zippier and less faux-folksy than Thug’s; the guitars tend to spring-out and recoil quickly. “You didn’t hear too many people rapping on beats with those type of guitars [in the past],” says Turbo, the producer who created many of Gunna’s biggest songs. “We bringin’ back the live sound,” adds Quay, the producer who works regularly with Lil Baby.

Though the resurgence of prominent guitar parts in hip-hop seems surprising at first, it makes sense when you consider that many young rappers are already strongly melody-focused. “When you rap like that, usually a piano or guitar is how you structure your song,” says Dallas Martin, SVP of A&R at Atlantic Records. “So a lot of people are using that to catch a good rhythm.” Martin signed the young rapper Roddy Ricch to Atlantic this year, and his currently rising single, “Every Season,” is also based around an acoustic guitar riff. It’s amassed nearly 30 million streams in less than two months.

The revival of guitars also makes sense as a minor backlash to last year’s SoundCloud rap eruption. Lil Pump, Smokepurp, 6ix9ine, Playboi Carti, Ski Mask the Slump God and Tay-K made brawling music that was largely averse to melody. But despite the rugged energy of those rappers’ hits, contrast works well in pop. “The juxtaposition of a romantic guitar riff against big, bruising 808s really entices people,” Capitol’s Brown says. That includes SoundCloud rappers themselves: 6ix9ine featured both Lil Baby and Gunna on his recent album. 

To the extent that this year’s wave of acoustic-loop beats have a regional base, it seems to be Atlanta. That’s home for Young Thug, Gunna, Lil Baby, Turbo and Quay, and also for Southside (Black’s “Calling My Spirit”), Yung Lan (“Tic Toc”) and Cassius Jay (“Every Season”). But a Georgia driver’s license is not a requirement for producers hoping to slip acoustic guitar loops into their songs. The “Yosemite” beat is the work of June James, based in Houston. And JD on tha Track, another producer riding the same wave, lives all the way in Valinhos, Brazil.

JD used to make beats that emulated the more severe sound of Chicago rappers like Lil Bibby, until he started hearing Lil Baby and Gunna records. “They came with the guitars,” the 21-year-old producer says. “I had to switch it up.” Earlier this year, he sent a beat to Lil Tjay, a rising rapper from the Bronx. The instrumental was gentle and melancholy, with drifting guitar lines during the verses. “We would be in the studio and every time [Lil Tjay] played that record, he said, ‘this is a hit,'” recalls Maria Arangio, the A&R at Columbia who signed the rapper.

Lil Tjay added verses and released the record as “Brothers;” the single quickly accumulated over seven million streams. It’s almost certain it will grow further: Since radio basically stops adding new songs in December, Columbia hasn’t even started promoting the song on the airwaves. The same goes for Atlantic with Ricch’s yet-to-be-promoted “Every Season,” while Scott’s “Yosemite” only breached the mainstream R&B/hip-hop radio chart this week, and in Dallas, Cook just moved “Drip Too Hard” into power rotation. “There’s a lane for that type of music to continue to catch more and more listeners,” Arangio says. The full impact won’t be felt until 2019; expect more strumming.

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