Words by Andre Kettle
You’re finally able to listen to Gunna’s sophomore album, Wunna, today. Lead by the singles “Skybox” and “Wunna” his latest rap effort gives you an insight into what the project is sounding like.
The YSL rapper also released a multi-part documentary through a deal with Amazon. The visuals in the documentary give fans a behind-the-scenes look on the music-making process while living his best life in different parts of tropical areas.
Gunna also joined The Breakfast Club for an interview discussing topics such as social-distancing, his relationship with his mentor Young Thug, and how life is viewed differently now due to global pandemic COVID-19.
When asked about his new life he plans to start once this pandemic is over, the rap artist states “I just wanna live life to the fullest because you never know what can happen…Nobody planned for this.”
“We don’t know what’s gonna happen the next day. It just made me think about, like, just cherish family and cherish your life and cherish your blessings,” the “Drip Too Hard” rapper added.
Gunna gave an explanation of why he kept the details of WUNNA project lowkey and what his process was like.
“Man I procrastinated so much trying to time it right to have my own time and my own moment because there’s so much music coming out,” he said, adding that the title and concept ended up aligning well with the release date in an astrological sense.
Stream WUNNA on all streaming platforms.