Released: 2023

Aight, let’s break it down with “fukumean” by Gunna, also known as Young Gunna Wunna. We steppin’ into a vibe of heavy flexing, self-assurance, and the high life that Gunna is known for. In this track, he’s spittin’ ’bout his wealth, lifestyle, and how he’s untouchable in the game—solidifying his status as a top-tier player.

Kicking it off, Gunna starts with a rhetorical question, “Fuck you mean?”—a dismissive challenge to anyone doubting him or questioning his actions. He calls himself ‘splurge,’ wordplay on how he extravagantly spends his bread. The “jump right off the curb” line is about making moves and stepping up, while the Bentley Spur “fly like a bird” paints a picture of luxe and freedom, that whip spinning on the first and the third signaling routine wealth. When Gunna says he’s “Solid, I’m keepin’ my word,” it’s all about being true to your promises in the streets, where your rep depends on it. He’s driving home the point that no one’s on his level, and you better recognize it.

Gunna ain’t shy ’bout his sexual exploits either. When mans says “Fucking this bitch like a perv’,” he’s getting explicit about his bedroom game. “Ice, the burr” is slang for his jewelry being so cold it could make you shiver. Then, he hits the competition with a line about them waiting their turn—’cause in Gunna’s world, he’s first. He remains in his own lane, which says he’s unique, others can’t compete, and there’s no merging—no equal footing with him.

When he talks about being with “P Litty” and the women being pretty, it’s a celebration of his crew and the good life. Dropping “Ecstasy, wonderful feelin’,” that’s a nod to the drug-induced high, but it also could be metaphorical for the high he gets from his lifestyle. “Trappin’, I made me a killin'” takes it back to the hustle, the grind, and making mad money from it. He closes out this verse with a clear message: he doesn’t want eavesdroppers, and he’s locked in on getting rich—his only decision.

Gunna repeats the first verse to double-down on his message. The repetition, along with the “eeeyah” ad-libs, creates a hypnotic effect, emphasizing his points until they stick. It’s like he’s branding his status in your mind with each line. The closing lines transition from a fierce opening to a casual fade-out, where the ad-libs themselves stand out, repeating the dismissive challenge as if he’s laughing off any final doubts from the skeptics.

Throughout “fukumean,” Gunna’s painting a mural of success, excess, and nonchalance towards the haters. The track is draped in confidence, luxury, and a steadfast belief in his own hustle—an anthem for those who want to vibe to the sounds of victory and who aspire to live that boss life themselves.