Gucci Mane must have thousands of songs on deck, because the incarcerated rapper is always dropping new music. Last month, Guwop dropped off four, yes 4, projects alone and yet he still continues to push out new songs like its nothing.
Whoever's currently releasing Gucci Mane's music deserves an award of some kind (I know there certainly "ain't no award for that," but let's get one made). In addition to a "July takeover" and more solo tapes on the way, Mr.
Gucci Mane has somehow been more prolific than ever since going to jail, and while most of the material we've heard so far has been liberated from a seemingly never-ending stash, we've also heard some material recorded through a prison phone.
Gucci Mane just graced us with an album from his new supergroup, Felix Brothers, and he's already getting ready to drop another solo album later this summer.Oddfather is due out July 28th, and today we've been graced with a brand new record from Guwop, though its not immediately clear if its set to appear on the album
Gucci Mane continues to flood the internet with new music. After sending shots at The Game earlier on Friday, Guwop decides its a good idea to keep the music rolling as he releases another new single today titled "Time To Get Paid", featuring Peewee Longway.
GuWop comes at Game's neck in this previously unheard diss record. Gucci Mane may be locked up, but he's still able to stir up controversy and keep the game on edge. We know that Gucci has a ton of music in his stash, and apparently at one point he was feeling some type of way about Game and put it on wax.
Gucci Mane got some very bad or pretty good news last week, depending how you look at it. While it was first reported that the Brick Squad rapper could serve up to 20 years for his most recent gun charges, Guwop is likely to do only 39 months.
Despite being locked up since last September, Gucci Mane has continued his prolific output from behind bars. Unsurprisingly, the rapper was sitting on a heap of unreleased material before he was arrested.
Despite being incarcerated, Gucci Mane stays dropping music. Stream "Aight" below, a new collaborative record with Quavo (Migos) and Zaytoven, to be included on his upcoming Brick Factory Vol. 1 project. Can you dig it, though?
While Guwop is still serving time in prison, he still has plenty of music for the fans. The ATLien is getting ready to release two new projects on April 1st in BrickFactory Vol. 1 and Young Thugga Mane La Flare.
Just as promised, Guwop is back with the second release of the day. Only hours after delivering his Young Thug-featured cut “Hot Boys Intro”, Gucci returns with Yung Fresh and Jose Guapo for this new collab titled "My Customer”.
Yesterday Gucci Mane took to his Twitter account to announce that he's prepping two new projects for April 1st. One is called Young Thugga Mane LaFlare with his Brick Squad signee Young Thug (despite Thugga not seeming to think he's signed), and another is called The Brick Factory Vol. 1.
Although Gucci Mane is locked up, that hasn't prevented him from dropping some new music. The other week he came through with a remix of Rick Ross and Jeezy's "War Ready" and today he returns with a new trap joint, "Trap Numbers."
Rick Ross and Jeezy put past beef behind them to record a collaboration for Rozay's forthcoming Mastermind LP, "War Ready." It's a good look for hip-hop as a whole. Now another rapper who's got Jeezy beef, Gucci Mane, has decided to join the "War Ready" line up for a remix.
Bump Good To Me, the latest cut from Gucci Mane featuring King B on the assist. It was released on Saturday, December 28th, 2013. Things are improving for Gucci Mane with each new offering, and Good To Me is certainly no exception.
Check out Tore Up, the latest track from Gucci Mane, which dropped on Friday, December 27th, 2013. Gucci Mane's movement grows stronger with each new release, and Tore Up has further strengthened that fact.