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Pacman Da Gunman and Wale team up for new single “One Piece”

The song is set to appear on Pacman’s forthcoming EP ‘Less Is More.’

pacman da gunman, wale “One Piece” cover artwork

Pacman Da Gunman has just released his newest single, and made sure to tap in with Wale for the assist.“One Piece” is set to appear on Pacman’s new EP Less Is More which is due out June 11 via Nips’ All Money In No Money Out Records in collaboration with Opposition.

“I always wanted to do an All Money In X MMG collaboration so reached out to Wale and he executed just how I thought he would,” Pacman said about the collab. “The record was aimed for the club audience, specifically the strippers. I feel like this is a record that they can get craccin’ to and run a bag up off of… if I slide the joint and they playing this specific record I’m going dollar bill crazy!”

Back in April, Pacman unleashed his latest track “Did That” and has tapped in with Detroit’s Icewear Vezzo for the assist. The new offering follows Pacman’s recent release “Zero Tolerance” single featuring Nipsey Hussle and Mozzy. “Did That” is the last single from Pacman’s upcoming EP Less Is More, with additional features coming from Wale and Blac Youngsta.

At the very top of this year, Pacman da Gunman dropped off his Lord Knows project, a joint body of work with Yhung T. O. featuring 16 tracks together. He was active in 2020 for sure as well, sharing two complete projects. First was his collab project with fellow Los Angeles spitter J Stone titled Ground Zero in June, and after that came his September project Esta Loca Vida Mia.

About a year ago, Wale surprised the world with an EP titled The Imperfect Storm. His last LP, Wow... That’s Crazy made its way to fans ears in 2019 and boasted 15 cuts with additional assists from Kelly Price, Ari Lennox, Boogie, 6LACK, Bryson Tiller, Lil Durk, Rick Ross and Meek Mill, and more. A top ten record on the Billboard 200, Wow... That’s Crazy marked a big success for the D.C. icon since 2017’s slept-on body of work Shine.

Be sure to listen Pacman Da Gunman’s brand new track “One Piece” featuring Wale.

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