/  01.13.2022

Over the past weekend, Danny Wolf took to social media to reveal that he and Bobby Shmurda had cooked up a new single titled “Gang Gang” and — following presumed approval from the NYC star — released it on SoundCloud for fans to enjoy. The hard-hitting cut sees Shmurda switching between flows while rapping about women, the streets, the powers that be, and more.

Late last year, Danny Wolf released the well-received body of work Dark Nights In Paradise, which came with 11 cuts and a wealth of contributions from Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil GotIt, Gunna, YNW Melly, NLE Choppa, Lil Keed, Yung Bans, and more. Since then, the beatsmith has continued to deliver on songs like CP’s “WYD AFTER,” BADMONEY’s “Getttin’ Money,” Amari’s “If You Don’t Wanna,” Cico P’s “Squid Games,” Comethazine’s “God’s Schedule,” Dro Kenji’s “VANISH,” and Juice WRLD‘s “Feel Alone.”

For Shmurda, “Gang Gang” follows a series of loose cuts from the Brooklyn talent, including “No Time For Sleep,” “Cartier Lens,” “Splash,” and “Shmoney” with Quavo and Rowdy Rebel. As previously reported by REVOLT, said releases have been rather polarizing amongst fans, much in part because of Shmurda‘s dance moves seen within the song’s videos, on social media, and during performances — many have essentially failed to remember that Shmurda has been bringing the same energy since well before his arrest and incarceration. In a now-deleted Instagram post, Shmurda seemed to respond to the hate with some sound advice for all of his fellow compadres:

“I’m not trying to be an asshole about it, but I’m saying, you niggas need some WD-40 or some shit bro … Like I don’t know, you motherfuckers too stiff. The girls are complaining, bro. You gotta whine out … You gotta hit all angles.”

Press play on Danny Wolf and Bobby Shmurda‘s “Gang Gang” below.

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