Terence McKenna Featured On Gucci Mane’s New Single

Terence McKenna may be due for a posthumous appearance on the hip-hop charts, as a sample of the philosopher leads off one of the songs on the new Trap God 2 mixtape from Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane. Gucci is one of the leading proponents of the so-called “trap” style that has been the dominant sound in rap for the past year or so, and the McKenna quote serves as a manifesto of sorts. The track in question is the work of star producer Lex Luger:

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  • http://twitter.com/htext hypertext

    We’re a Hip Hop group from Scotland who have also sampled Terence McKenna, Check the track called HD AD here http://soundcloud.com/the-heavy-damage/hd-ad

    • echar

      If it’s not Scottish, it’s crap! Thanks for sharing.

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        Haha, cheers man.

  • mole_face

    Gucci Mane is fucking horrible, and Black Milk was doing beats 10x trippier than this half a decade ago.

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