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Chief Keef’s admiration for Gucci Mane is no secret (he listed Gucci’s entire catalog when telling Complex his 25 favorite songs), and now the pair extend their friendship with a brand new track, “Bring Them Things.” The crawling, Zaytoven-produced cut also features Yung Fresh, and is the first leak off Gucci’s upcoming sequel to last year’s Trap Back mixtape, which will once again be hosted DJ Holiday.

UPDATE: Gucci isn’t playing around. He drops a second new track with young Keef today with “Backseat,” which features Waka Flocka as the third wheel and boasts production from Young Chop. Also taken from Trap Back 2.

Listen to “Bring Them Things” and “Backseat” after the jump, plus read about Gucci Mane and A$AP Ferg’s recent dispute, after the jump…

New Music: Gucci Mane Feat. Chief Keef & Yung Fresh “Bring Them Things” (Prod. by Zaytoven)

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New Music: Gucci Mane Feat. Chief Keef & Waka Flocka “Backseat” (Prod. by Young Chop)

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Gucci Mane recently proclaimed himself the divine ruler of the trap on his new mixtape, Trap God 2, but it sounds like he’s not a fan of competition. The Brick Squad bully threw shade at A$AP Ferg (or as he refers to him, “ASAP whoever”) over Twitter yesterday for using a similar title for his upcoming debut mixtape, Trap Lord. Gucci enunciated his insult by politely requesting, “ni**as need to get off my d**k and let they momma get on it.”

It didn’t take long for Ferg to respond with a few tweets of his own, though. He subliminally called LaFlare “washed up” and explained the difference between a Lord and a God for us. Given Gucci and Waka Flocka both appeared on A$AP Rocky’s “Pretty Flacko” remix, we hope not to see this lead to a proper dispute between Brick Squad and A$AP Mob.

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