Gunplay – Cops & Robbers (Artwork)

Gunplay reveals the artwork for his upcoming mixtape Cops & Robbers dropping January 18th.

Previously: Gunplay Interview w/ HHS1987 (Video)


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31 Responses to “Gunplay – Cops & Robbers (Artwork)”

  1. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    The contradictory imagery in that cover art >>>>>>

  2. king james Says:

    American Gangster wasn’t promoted because it dropped so quickly so only Blue Magic and I know were the singles

  3. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    I’m talking like that album is Jay reasoning with his conscience.
    ^^^

    That’s what makes it so compelling.

    And he’s not doing it after a fall or a loss, he’s doing it while standing at the top, after attaining all he’s sacrificed so much to get.

    It’s Hov at his most candid.

  4. king james Says:

    Uptown Saturday Night is one of the most underrated albums ever

  5. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    As far as Mafioso rap goes, naw I suppose that stands alone but The Blueprint will always go toe to toe with RD.

    Lawd let me listen to “Cant Knock the Hustle” while i’m in the back of a Rolls just ONCE IN MAH LIIIIIFE

    ^

    I’m not even talking mafioso raps. I’m talking like that album is Jay reasoning with his conscience. Trying to convince himself that the life he chose wasn’t his decision, but rather the contempt from being without and wanting in. See: Politics As Usual / D’evils / Regrets;

    It’s so much more than mob wannabe rap. It’s the Phoenix that rises from broken minds. Those are them niggas most inner feelings duke. And that’s Hov conveying that shit with a top notch performance.

  6. Danny Ocean Says:

    cosign Hov’s Forever Young rendition making a complete and total mockery of the original version

    nosign that abomination

  7. das racist Says:

    Instant download when it drops.

  8. jderrida Says:

    Instant download when it drops.

    ^^^

    Co D/L

  9. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Reasonable Doubt was the story of a boss who had nearly sacrificed his humanity to get what he hustled for, finally coming to terms with his life choices.

    It’d make an ill movie if properly written.

  10. HolidayKirk Says:

    Gunplay >>>>>>>>>

    One of the only rappers doin’ it now that doesnt recycle flows.

  11. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    I love BP

    but be clear

    even the production on reasonable doubt was better than the production blue print

    Can I Live

    Dead Prez

    Feelin it

    ski was on his shit

    1.Reasonable Doubt
    2.The Blueprint
    3.American Gangster
    top 3 hov albums

    who said Ignorant shit was worse song on AG

    are you kiddin me!!

  12. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    I’m talking like that album is Jay reasoning with his conscience.
    ^^^

    That’s what makes it so compelling.

    And he’s not doing it after a fall or a loss, he’s doing it while standing at the top, after attaining all he’s sacrificed so much to get.

    It’s Hov at his most candid.

    ^

    word.

    It was THE most supreme Nihilistic approach to the American Dream. He changed the game with that one.

  13. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    They don’t make albums like Reasonable Doubt no more.

    Niggas just wanna scream random shit & dance.

    My generations Hip-Hop >>>>>

  14. HolidayKirk Says:

    Fact: All the vocals for The Blueprint were recorded in two days with no pen no paper.

    Gotdamn.

  15. jderrida Says:

    This is going to be straight crack.

    After all the Ls this nigga has taken…added with his hunger and presence on the mic

    FOCK!

    We’ll see.

    I want Gunplay to win. Hiphop needs that.

    Ross give that nicca a six figure budget and stand the fuck back. Make sure he don’t buy enough Cocaine to melt his nose away, but stand back.

    There is a classic somewhere in that cocaine/molly abused head of his.

    Jus Watch (c) Trinidad James

  16. Danny Ocean Says:

    LOL @ all these clips and past interviews of Lance Armstrong so valiantly defending himself against the doping accusations he just recently admitted to

  17. HolidayKirk Says:

    Gunplay – Jump Out >>>>>>>>>>>

    Thats that take a brick to a car window i’m so amped music.

    That being said, the music video <<<

  18. jderrida Says:

    1.Reasonable Doubt
    2.The Blueprint
    3.American Gangster
    top 3 hov albums

    ^^^

    Fact

  19. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    It was like “deprive me and fault me for my action?!? Ok, here’s my (our) story.”

    See-Can I Live

  20. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    dog

    i remember fuckin my first bitch

    then going to the crib and listening to Encore

    wow

    black album dropped in 03

    damn

    that was 10 years ago time fuckin flys by damn

  21. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    “We offer our LIVES. What do YOU bring to the table?”

    FOCK!

  22. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    1.Reasonable Doubt
    2.The Blueprint

    ^^^
    There’s only two top Hov albums.

    The rest are interchangable depending on mood & day.

    HKL, The Dynasty: Roc La Familia, The Black Album & American Gangster could all easily be #3.

  23. jderrida Says:

    601 & Snort shitted on a lot of Albums last year.

    Fact.

  24. king james Says:

    1.Reasonable Doubt
    2.The Blueprint
    3.American Gangster
    top 3 hov albums

    ^^^

    Fact

    ^
    Agreed except I have blueprint and rd switched

  25. jderrida Says:

    Gunplay is one of two rappers to murk Kendrick Lamar on a verse.

    Be real, Drake killed that Fucking Problems joint. Nigga phoned in a hot verse while Lamar was counting syllables and switching up flows.

    But Gunplay straight killed Cartoons and Cereal. It crazy too cause that ish was Lamar’s backyard. Life Fucking Cartoons and Cereal is the spark notes for Good Kid maad city and that nicca Gunplay walked in and shit all on that nicca’s masterpiece.

    Jus Watch

  26. jderrida Says:

    There’s only two top Hov albums.

    The rest are interchangable depending on mood & day.

    HKL, The Dynasty: Roc La Familia, The Black Album & American Gangster could all easily be #3.

    ^^^

    True

  27. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Reasonable Doubt
    Vol 1
    Vol 3

    I only say that because those I feel we’re more than albums trying to make dollars. Those were Hov’s greatest teaching points.

    Them shits were frescos of what made him, him. And what the cesspool of the hood breeds if given the proper circumstance.

    I can play those pieces as one song, straight through and feel like I can still pull out a fresh GEM to abide by for a while.

  28. jderrida Says:

    Lamar was rapping like the Lakers 2001 playoff run on Cartoon and Cereal.

    Still wasn’t enough.

    Gunplay >>>

  29. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    Reasonable Doubt
    Vol 1
    Vol 3

    I only say that because those I feel we’re more than albums trying to make dollars. Those were Hov’s greatest teaching points.

    Them shits were frescos of what made him, him. And what the cesspool of the hood breeds if given the proper circumstance.

    I can play those pieces as one song, straight through and feel like I can still pull out a fresh GEM to abide by for a while.

    ^

    Co

  30. why? Says:

    TDE <<<<

    Very overrated.

  31. S.I.C.K Says:

    Wow!! I’m from BK but Hov never resonanted with my like that. If he had got Beatminerz on production, that boot camp sound???? That would’ve been crazy. Too me, boot camp best captures that Brooklyn feel.Hov is that dude though, not the nicest.

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