Gucci Mane Videos

Gucci Mane "Richest Nigga In The Room" Video
Gucci Mane "Richest Nigga In The Room" Video
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Surprise, surprise. Gucci Mane just released another video. This time, it's for "Richest Nigga in the Room," one of the standouts from his new album Everybody Looking.  Gucci throws it back to '92, back when he was the "brokest damn nigga in the school," and then to '02, when he was "wild as hell." He spared no expense for the video, swathing himself in in chains and flossing out amidst a sea of girls, motorcyclists, and dry ice.
Gucci Mane "Pick Up The Pieces" Video
Gucci Mane "Pick Up The Pieces" Video
Gucci Mane
Gucci Mane is coming heavy with the visuals off his new album Everybody Looking. So far we've received music videos for "First Day Out Tha Feds," "Waybach," "No Sleep," "Guwop Home" and "Out Do Ya," however "Pick Up The Pieces" embodies the album (or rather, the album artwork) the most.
Live Stream The "Gucci & Friends" Homecoming Concert In Atlanta
Live Stream The "Gucci & Friends" Homecoming Concert In Atlanta
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With his new album, Everybody Looking -- his first in over five years, arriving late last night, Guwop is all the way geared up for his official "Gucci & Friends" homecoming concert, which takes place tonight at 8pm at the famed Fox Theatre in his hometown of Atlanta. He announced the show last month, a month after he returned from his three-year stint in the penitentiary, and he still hasn't revealed any of the special guests who will join him on stage tonight.
Gucci Mane "Out Do Ya" Video
Gucci Mane "Out Do Ya" Video
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Gucci Mane just dropped off a music video for his collaboration with Mike WiLL Made It, "Waybach," earlier today but he's keeping the visuals coming this afternoon with "Out Do Ya." The song is another cut from his brand new, and highly anticipated, post-prison album Everybody Looking.
Gucci Mane "Waybach" Video
Gucci Mane "Waybach" Video
Gucci Mane
Gucci Mane's new album, Everybody Looking, dropped late last night, and it's sounding like some of the best work of his career. Everybody was eagerly awaiting his return; few could've guessed he would hit the ground running like he has. While fans are still getting acquainted with his first official album in over five years, Gucci has gone ahead and dropped a new video to "Waybach," the single he shared earlier this week.
Gucci Mane "No Sleep" Video
Gucci Mane "No Sleep" Video
Gucci Mane
Gucci Mane isn't letting up any time soon. The rapper teased last week that if he hit 3 million followers on Instagram, he would drop his highly anticipated album Everybody Looking early (he's currently at 1.9 million though, and with only 5 days to go before the official release of the album, it's a bit doubtful we'll get it early). Even without an early album leak, Gucci has been letting fans hear a lot of music off the album.
Gucci Mane Feat. Young Thug "Guwop Home" Video
Gucci Mane Feat. Young Thug "Guwop Home" Video
Gucci Mane Feat. Young Thug
Gucci Mane is currently equipped with the ankle bracelet and his unable to leave his Atlanta mansion compound. But that hasn't stopped him from making music and shooting videos. To date, he's delivered a video for "First Day Out Tha Feds" as well as an ad for Supreme. After sharing "Guwop Home" feat.
Gucci Mane Stars In Supreme Ad
Gucci Mane Stars In Supreme Ad
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Gucci Mane may still be under house arrest since getting out of jail six weeks ago. But there may be no happier human on the planet.
Gucci Mane Shows Off "Wall Of Raps" He Wrote In Prison
Gucci Mane Shows Off "Wall Of Raps" He Wrote In Prison
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The post-prison comeback of Gucci Mane has been remarkable. It's been barely a month since he was freed, and he's already dropped three singles and has collaborated with Drake and Kanye West. By the end of this month, Wop will have given his fans a new album -- Everybody Looking, set for release on July 22. Should we be surprised at his seemingly effortless return to form? Knowing GuWop, did you honestly think he was twiddling his thumbs during his three years of confinement in Indiana? He was plotting his return, and writing raps every single day.
Gucci Mane & Zaytoven Preview A New Collaboration
Gucci Mane & Zaytoven Preview A New Collaboration
Gucci Mane & Zaytoven
Gucci Mane and Zaytoven linked up only a few days after Guwop was released from prison, but so far, they haven't released any new music. Today, they've confirmed that some new material has been recording, rapping along to a track on IG rather excitedly. No word on when the full song will actually make it's way out, but we're hoping its sometime soon.
On The Come Up: 21 Savage
On The Come Up: 21 Savage
21 Savage
Very few new rappers have been making more noise than Atlanta's 21 Savage. Some have compared his forceful entry into the game to that of Waka Flocka, as it's been his street-centered rage that has set him apart from his melody-happy competitors. What makes the rise of 21 different, though, is that his menace quivers beneath the surface until he's ready to attack with one of his razor-sharp hooks, providing a roller-coaster ride of suspense that translates surprisingly well into party scenarios.
Gucci Mane Feat. Chaz Gotti & Waka Flocka "Paranoid" Video
Gucci Mane Feat. Chaz Gotti & Waka Flocka "Paranoid" Video
Gucci Mane Feat. Chaz Gotti & Waka Flocka
Gucci Mane has yet to release his feature film, The Spot, but we did receive the sound track for the long-awaited movie last year. Among the highlights from the project was "Paranoid," a London On Da Track-produced track featuring Chaz Gotti and Gucci's longtime collaborator Waka Flocka (who he's now back on good terms with, despite the rapper being incarcerated).
iLoveMakonnen "Big Gucci" Video
iLoveMakonnen "Big Gucci" Video
iLoveMakonnen
If you're a rap fan, chances are you're counting the to when Gucci Mane is released from prison, but there's nowhere that's missing the presence of Big Guwop more than Atlanta. iLoveMakonnen, a rapper who's been holding things down for the city in Gucci's absence, dropped a tribute to the Trap God on his annual holiday, 10/17,  and now he's shared a video for the catchy call for the rapper's freedom.
Chaz Gotti Feat. Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka "Paranoid" Video
Chaz Gotti Feat. Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka "Paranoid" Video
Chaz Gotti Feat. Gucci Mane & Waka Flocka
We still haven't seen Gucci Mane's film "The Spot," which was originally scheduled to release on October 17, BrickSquad Day. As a pretty decent consolation, Gucci did release the film's pretty stacked soundtrack. Today saw the release of the music video for the soundtrack's second single "Paranoid," a collaborative effort between Chaz Gotti, Waka Flocka, London on da Track, & Chaz Gotti.
Gucci Mane's "The Spot" BTS
Gucci Mane's "The Spot" BTS
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We're quickly approaching Gucci Mane day, aka Bricksquad day, aka 10/17. Big GuWop will be celebrating 10/17 this year by releasing his first movie, "The Spot," in which he stars and directs alongside Mr. Boomtown.
Young Thug Feat. Gucci Mane "Again" Video
Young Thug Feat. Gucci Mane "Again" Video
Young Thug Feat. Gucci Mane
As promised, Young Thug liberates his video for Slime Season leak "Again" feat Gucci Mane at 5:55pm. Set at the Gucci Mane “Trap God” art exhibit, the video features Thugger bouncing around the gallery amidst gold-plated portraits of Guwop. Heavy religious imagery intermingles with the usual trap music video tropes to make the video a memorable one despite Gucci's conspicuous absence. Watch out for a cameo from Metro Boomin.
Bankroll Fresh "Free Wop" Video
Bankroll Fresh "Free Wop" Video
Bankroll Fresh
In the past, Bankroll Fresh has notched a few collaborations with Gucci Mane, appearing on this year's "Fuck That Bitch" and getting a GuWop feature on 2014's "Bring Them Thangs." Despite this, we'd wager that because of his relatively recent ascendence, Fresh hasn't e
Noisey's Atlanta Documentary (Ep. 5)
Noisey's Atlanta Documentary (Ep. 5)
Young Scooter
The last episode in Noisey's on-going "Atlanta" series focused on the infamous ATL twins and their connection with Gucci Mane. Today Noisey unveils the fifth episode in the ten-episode series, and we have more Gucci, of course, plus some Young Scooter. In this week's episode, Noisey host Thomas rides along with police to visit East Atlanta's Zone 6, with the policeman detailing what type of crimes they often encounter here. Thomas also connects with Young Scooter at Edgewood Court where a shooting goes down. 
Noisey's Atlanta Documentary (Ep. 4)
Noisey's Atlanta Documentary (Ep. 4)
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So far, Noisey Atlanta's documentary has focused on the likes of Migos, Gucci Mane, and Young Jeezy, but the latest episode takes things away from music to look at the bizarre life of the ATL Twins.You may recognize the brothers from Harmony Korine's Spring Breakers, and their lifestyle is not all that far off from what we see in the film. I the episode, the twins tell tales of Gucci Mane, as they lounge with women, and ski masks in their apartment.