Gucci Mane Songs

  • Still Selling Dope
    Still Selling Dope
    We recently heard from an incarcerated Gucci Mane about how he's still selling dope from jail. What a boss. Fetty Wap took a verse on the original song off the King Gucci mixtape, today Lil Reese lends his Chicago flow with a verse of his to the Metro Boomin-produced track.
  • Play With Your Children
    Play With Your Children
    Yesterday, we got two trap-heavy mixtapes. The first being from the self-appointed King, Gucci Mane, and later, one from Fredo Santana, Ain't No Money Like Trap Money. In addition to releasing his own King Gucci mixtape via prison, GuWop made an appearance on Fredo Santana's "Play With Your Children," and no, it's not about being a good parent.
  • Ice Cream
    Ice Cream
    Gucci Mane takes his love for all things cold and puts its on wax with the collaboration "Ice Cream" featuring Migos. He's already plastered an ice cream cone on his face, so we definitely knew it was real. The song has flute-riddled yet still somehow still trap production from Zaytoven (that's definitely something only Zaytoven can do). The song is short but sweet, with Migos on the hook singing about Mr. Ice Cream Man, and GuWop closing it out with his verse.
  • Still Selling Dope
    Still Selling Dope
    Gucci Mane may be locked up, but he's still got that work. Or at least, he did when he recorded this song. Even behind bars, Gucci somehow has collaborations with the hottest upcoming rappers-- and given Fetty Wap's penchant for melodic verses a la Atlanta, it's not surprising that the Metro Boomin-produced collaboration works really well. "Still Selling Dope" is a choice cut off the new mixtape from the ATL King, aptly titled King Gucci.
  • Life In You
    Life In You
    Previously on the site, we've only ever featured Eric Dingus' work as a remixer or producer for other artists, but this new solo track is too good to pass up. Taken from his upcoming project A Warning To A Future Man, here's "Life In You," a fantastic demonstration of the young beatmaker's considerable skill. 
  • Trap Queen (UK Remix)
    Trap Queen (UK Remix)
    Hopefully you haven't filled your Fetty Wap quota for the day yet, because we've received yet another version of his "Trap Queen" remix, this time labeled as a "UK Remix," with the addition of Harlemite Azealia Banks (why does this make it a UK remix, we do not know).
  • Trap Queen (Remix)
    Trap Queen (Remix)
    Fetty Wap’s smash hit “Trap Queen” has been killing airwaves and charts these past couple months, currently sitting at #3 on the Billboard 100 right now. Looking to capitalize off all its success, the New Jersey native decided to liberate yet another new remix for the fans tonight, this time calling on two incarcerated rappers in Gucci Mane and Quavo (Of Migos) for some assistance.
  • Money Do
    Money Do
    The long, confusing road to Jeremih's Late Nights: The Album continues today with the release of "Money Do." As we've documented, Jeremih seems to pull us in a different direction every time he drops a supposed-Late Nights cut, and this remains true here.
  • No One Else
    No One Else
    Out of nowhere, Gucci Mane released his 8th project in 2015 Monday night called Trap House 5 (The Final Chapter). Laced with 14 tracks, the mixtape features guest appearances from Young Thug, Chief Keef, and Peewee Longway. Meanwhile, production is handled by the likes of Mike Will Made It, Zaytoven, and Honorable C.N.O.T.E.
  • Bitter
    Gucci Mane's archives seem to be endless. His latest project, Views From Zone 6, seems to have been rush-released simply to capitalize off the hype of Drake's latest mixtape, and the quality of the project throughout suggests that Wop may have the best throwaways in the business. 
  • Against All Odds
    Against All Odds
    This afternoon DJ Whoo Kid hits us with a new exclusive, giving us a radio rip for a new joint from Waka Flocka,  "Against All Odds." Waka has been letting go freebies lately, last week it was "OVA" with Offest and Ca$h Out, and this time he recruits once-enemy Gucci Mane and singer Bobby Valentino.
  • Make Your Move
    Make Your Move
    The Gucci Mane onslaught continues. After celebrating his birthday with the release of Brick Factory Vol. 3 this week, Gucci Mane came through and dropped off the track “Fuck That Bitch” on Friday.
  • Fuck That Bitch
    Fuck That Bitch
    Gucci Mane's output can't be stopped. Despite being locked up for over a year, Mr. Wop has released more mixtapes over the course of his incarceration than many have done in the span of an entire career. As we looked at in our recent feature, The Guwop Effect: A History Of Gucci Mane's Co-Signs, the rapper is known for his A&R work as much as he is for his strong work ethic.
  • Free Gucci
    Free Gucci
    Today Gucci Mane turned 35. Unfortunately, he probably won't be able to celebrate in proper fashion, because he's still currently behind bars. Two men who came up in the wake of Gucci's towering presence, Young Thug and Metro Boomin, have shared a tribute track called "Free Gucci" under their joint Metro Thuggin title. With a chorus proclaiming "everything Gucci" and artwork showing GuWop's first Instagram post after he got out prison the last time, this is the perfect tribute track. Quotable Lyrics
  • Heart Attack
    Heart Attack
    As planned, Gucci Mane comes through tonight and drops off a new track called “Heart Attack” featuring Young Thug.
  • Down On That
    Down On That
    Last week Young Thug and Metro Boomin, together known as Metro Thuggin, dropped off two new leaks from their upcoming collaborative project. Now Thugga connects with another frequent collaborator, Gucci Mane, whom he's also dropped a joint project with as Young Thugga Mane LaFlare. The two ATLiens team up for "Down On That" produced by Cassius Jay.
  • Lemonade
    It seemed like a good day for a Gucci Mane throwback. The rapper is keeping the streets fed even behind bars, and so we're showing some love with his 2009 single "Lemonade." This beat is still so sick. The Bangladesh-produced cut samples Flo & Eddie's "Keep It Warm" to much success. The beat has been used in countless freestyles, although Curren$y's "Lemon Kush" might be my personal favorite.
  • Cartel Talk
    Cartel Talk
    Yesterday Noisey dropped off their third episode in the "Atlanta" docu-series, and this episode focused on the influence of Young Jeezy and Gucci Mane on trap music, and Atlanta as whole. Even locked up, GuWop is basically the reigning king of the ATL, and anyone coming up in the scene gets his stamp approval first (before proceeding to blow up, Migos, Rich Homie, Young Thug etc). It's a good watch, check it out below.
  • Just Like Bruddas
    Just Like Bruddas
    Before he drops off his Beast Mode mixtape tomorrow night, Future decides to come through and let go of one more leak for the fans called "Just Like Bruddas”.
  • Neva Had Shit
    Neva Had Shit
    DJ Carisma is one of the hardest working DJs in the game right, giving her name more weight with each new exclusive she drops. As she preps her upcoming DJ Carisma Presents... album, we've been treated to several exclusives along the way. Today Carisma gets Kevin McCall, Constantine and Gucci Mane together for a Young California record "Neva Had Shit." It appears the Kevin and Constantine are joining forces for RnG Muzic, hosted by Carisma.
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