Nineteen-year-old El Paso, Texas rapper Evander Griiim gets a nice co-sign from Gucci Mane on the new track, “Right Now,” which features the two artists swapping verses about instant gratification. Basically, they want their money, fame, jewelry, and everything else “right now.” Produced by Skrittzy, “Right Now” retains its infectious beat for three-and-a-half minutes. It was a dream come true for the young rapper.
“My CEO Buck played the record for Guwop when he first came home from the feds; I didn’t even know [Gucci] laid the verse down,” he said in an interview with The FADER. “I flew to ATL to record and Buck didn’t even tell me. He literally picked me up then we were shooting the video that day. It was one the best moments of my life, true story.”