Last week, Gunna dropped off his third studio album DS4EVER, which also serves as the latest installment of his Drip Season series. The project contains 19 tracks and additional assists from 21 Savage, Kodak Black, Chlöe, Lil Baby, G Herbo, Chris Brown, Roddy Ricch, and more.
Just prior to the release of DS4EVER, Gunna took to social media to share the new term “P,” while giving examples of what is — and what isn’t — considered “P.” That’s since evolved into the Juke Wong and Wheezy-produced “pushin P,” a hard-hitting number that features Future and Young Thug and sees the Atlanta trio further explaining the aforementioned letter’s new meaning:
“Pointers in the Patek and my piece, I’m pushin’ P, copped new hammers for my P, we don’t want no peace, got a spot across the spot, just for Ps, dropped the dot and then we plot, exotic Ps, she not a lesbian, for P, she turn Pesbian, off capital P, I rock these presidents, count presidents, Portuguese on her knees, my bandana P, she let me squeeze, then she leavе ’cause she keep the P, privatе suite, private seat, bitch, I’m pushin’ P, purple pint, pussy pink, bitch, I’m pushin’ P…”
Courtesy of Caleb Jermale, fans can now enjoy an official visual for “pushin P” that sees Gunna & Co. taking over the streets of Miami. The clip is filled with shots of the artists hitting up the strip club, clothing stores, and other high-end establishments — rising star actor Demetrius “Lil’ Meech” Flenory Jr. also makes a cameo appearance.
According to HitsDailyDouble, DS4EVER looks to have an amazing first-week forecast thanks to a projected 144,000 album equivalent units sold. If so, this would eclipse Gunna‘s previous album WUNNA, which still pulled in an impressive 111,000 units (and a Platinum plaque) back in 2020.
Press play on “pushin P” below.
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