Wunna | Gunna

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Wunna

Wunna (stylized in all caps) is the second studio album by American rapper Gunna. It was released on May 22, 2020, by YSL Records and 300 EntertainmentThe album features guest appearances from Young Thug, Nechie, Lil BabyRoddy Ricch, and Travis Scott.

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  • Rolling Stone

    Superb production, anchored by Wheezy, elevates the rapper’s latest portrait of his absurdly lavish lifestyle.  

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  • Uproxx

    The album’s brevity is its greatest strength, as Gunna displays his gift for efficiently delivering memorable verses and getting out before the flexes wear out. 

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  • Pitchfork

    The 26-year-old sounds reinvigorated on his latest—the flows are crisper, his puns are more colorful, and the beats are pristine.  

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  • Hot New HipHop

    Gunna's "WUNNA" gives us life through rose-colored glasses. 

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  • Mic Cheque

    Wunna is like trap ASMR, light as a feather in its production as it is in Gunna’s performances. Amongst the forgettable moments and a lack of standouts there is a buried W for Wunna.  

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  • Slant Magazine

    The album represents an evolution from trap easy-listening to big-canvas rap artistry.  

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  • Beats Per Minute

    Without a doubt, this is one of the best produced hip hop albums of 2020 thus far, but those resources are completely squandered. Jeezy said it best: I’d rather listen to your instrumentals.  

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  • Euphoria

    Gunna and the YSL production crew truly collaborated on the sound for WUNNA and fully embraced, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”  

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  • The Needle Drop

    Wunna is Gunna's best project yet. 

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  • HipHop DX

    Gunna received invaluable support on his way to fame, but with Wunna, it looks like he may be able to take it from here.  

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  • Stereogum

    when I hear Wunna, I don’t hear that numbness. I hear something alive. 

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  • Ratings Game Music

    Is there anybody that knows how to walk that thin line between bland and stimulating better than Gunna in their music? While listening to WUNNA, I fought sleep but also vibed the f**k out.  

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  • What You Expect?

    WUNNA seems to be Gunna’s most consistent he has been in quite sometime. Lyrically he sounds more ambitious to show off his name-brands and canary yellow jewels. The flow is polished and him and producer Wheezy did a phenomenal job on putting this thing together.  

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  • JayArtee Reviews

    Gunna might have improved on his debut effort from last year, but his sound and style struggles to impress and stand out amongst his peers.  

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