It's amazing that an artist as prolific as Gucci Mane can still be creating high-quality material even after eleven years and hundreds of projects. Basically, the dude's an extraterrestrial more or less. Drop Top Wop is probably the best project he's released since being released, and it's not because it's a particularly flashy or even inventive. Rather, this is Gucci in his zone, spitting bar after bar after bar of streetwise and subtly clever lyrics while laying down great hooks in the process. This isn't just his release, though, as Metro Boomin' produces it with the seemingly endless skill he's become known for over the past few years. The production is actually quite minimal, living within the low end and consisting of a couple of synth or piano lines per song, but the vibe of the song is still brought across thoroughly, and thus, the album has a noticeably threatening and colder feel to it. Simply put, it's La Flare doing what he does best while Young Metro does what he does best.