“NaySay,” produced by Black Saun and Qui3t, pays homage to legendary hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan’s Raekwon and Ghostface Killah by replaying the beat of one of the biggest songs of rap’s Golden Era, “Ice Cream.” The visuals, shot by W.H.Y N.O.T Productions, take place in Yonkers, NY where Cory fires off street-savvy lyricism as he posts up with his fellow Militia members.

The video for “NaySay,” comes shortly after the release of Cory’s latest mixtape, Loosie Pack 3. The tape contains production by Black Saun, Jahlil Beats, Khardier Da God, S. Dot, Nottz and Deli with nine tracks featuring the likes of Jim Jones, Chris Rivers, Jae’won, Whispers and more. Four of the previously released tracks, “Real Rights,” “Die Slowly,” “Laundry” and “Rick Owens X Nike Tech,” have quickly become fan-favorite songs and received playlisting on Apple Music’s Base:Line, BARS, Football, Basketball and Underground Hip-Hop Essentials 

Loosie Pack 3 is the third installment of the Loosie Pack mixtape series which began to drop last fall. The first installment, Loosie Pack contained features from veteran rapper Styles P, frequent collaborator Whispers and others. The second installment, Loosie Pack 2 followed with the revered track “3 Staxx” and guest appearances from Nino Man, RMK and more.


About Cory Gunz

Cory Gunz is a platinum-selling recording artist who is best known for delivering iron-clad East Coast bars. Gunz got his start in the music industry at age 14, by inking a deal with Tommy Mottola at Casablanca Records and Def Jam Recordings. Jay-Z then shepherded him into a joint venture through The Island Def Jam Music Group. Soon after, Gunz was on the remix of Rihanna‘s single “If It’s Lovin’ That You Want.” The Bronx native also contributed a verse on the original version of Lil Wayne‘s “A Milli” before it was replaced with new verses by Wayne for the album version.

In 2009, Gunz signed a contract with After Platinum Records. By early 2010, Gunz signed with Young Money Entertainment and Universal Motown. In 2011, Gunz got his big break when he was featured on Lil Wayne’s single “6 Foot 7 Foot.” That year, Gunzmade his reality TV debut on MTV’s Son of A Gun that followed Gunz before and after he was signed by Young Money. On July 16, 2013, he released his first mixtape in two years with Datz WTF I’m Talkin Bout, which featured guest appearances by Busta Rhymes, Charlie Rock, Mack Maine, Wiz Khalifa, and Juicy J among others. 


Since then, Cory Gunz has continued to feed fans music by releasing a multitude of singles, mixtapes, collaborative projects and EPs such 2023’s Loosie Pack, Loosie Pack 2, the 2020 EP Guns & Butter and 2022’s Gunz x Bars with David Bars.

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