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Gorilla Zoe “So Many Drugs”


Former Boyz N DA Hood member Gorilla Zoe began his music career in 2005 and first gained mainstream attention after getting together with fellow Atlanta rapper, Yung Joc; with “Coffee Shop” and “Bottle Poppin’”.

Zoe has released three albums and each attained top position on the US Rap charts; with his 2009 album, Don’t FeeDADa Animals, topping the charts.
After much anticipation, the sequel to that chart-topping project is finally here–and it sure was worth the wait.

Don’t FeeDADa Animals 2 is classic Gorilla Zoe, as it is filled with infectious rhymes and hooks while covering the hugest array of themes, from drug dealing, money making, partying and being about that life.
Today, Gorilla Zoe released the first single, “So Many Drugs,” from his new LP and offered it as an instant-grat track with the purchase of Don’t Feed Da Animals 2.

Tracklisting for Gorilla Zoe’s Don’t Feed Da Animals 2:

1.)  “DABinaire”

2.)  “Come Here Lil Bih”

3.)  “Nino”

4.)  “So Many Drugs”

5.)  “Growth         “

6.)  “Switch”

7.)  “Dede”

8.)  “Atlanta Global”

9.)  “Body”

10.)  “Numb”

11.)  “Juice”

12.)  “Come Here Lil Bih” (Remix) f/ Young Dro

What do you think?

Written by Landon Buford

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