Lotto Savage Feat. Gucci Mane "Trapped It Out (Remix)" Video
Lotto Savage Feat. Gucci Mane
At the end of the month, Lotto Savage will release a new Gangsta Grills-hosted mixtape appropriately titled Lotto Krueger, which is being lead by the Sonny Digital-produced banger “Trapped It Out.” Today, the 21 Savage-affiliate is back with the single’s official video, now adding Gucci Mane for the remix. Pulling up in the drop top, Gucci & Lotto bring the title to life & take over a Fraternity house & turn it into a trap house, while throwing a raging party in the process. Watch it all go down above.
Gucci Mane "Icy Lil Bitch" Video
Well that was quick. Just days after hitting us with the audio, Gucci Mane decides to come through & share the official video for his latest Zaytoven-produced leak “Icy Lil Bitch,” off his forthcoming Woptober album. Directed by Gabriel Hart, the video finds Guwop being surrounded by several women playing basketball in thongs & body-painted jerseys, while in attendance watching them is the likes of Rick Ross, Young Dolph, Nick Cannon, & Zaytoven. Watch it all go down above.
Watch Gucci Mane Spend $2,000 While Sneaker Shopping
Gucci Mane missed out on a lot of dope sneakers while he was behind bars. Sure someone could cop for him, but the joy of walking out of the store with a few extra pairs is something that has to be experienced firsthand. Complex took Gucci Mane sneaker shopping at Stadium Goods in New York City so Guwop could have a wide selection to choose from. He goes in, spending over $2,000.
Gucci Mane Feat. Rick Ross "Money Machine" Video
Gucci Mane Feat. Rick Ross
Gucci Mane has been living a blessed life since he was released from prison in May, and even more so since he was released from house arrest last week. As seen in the music video for his new release "Money Machine," produced by Honorable C-Note, he has taken the opportunity to upgrade video locations from his swank suburban Atlanta mansion to another mansion of monumental proportions.
Gucci Mane "All My Children" Video
Gucci Mane recounted his immense influence over an entire generation of a rappers from Atlanta and beyond on his Everybody Looking single "All My Children." This Monday morning he released the song's music video. Animated by Pangean Vision, "All My Children" casts Gucci Mane as an OBGYN. He handles the birth of numerous youngsters, who are raising hell literally seconds after exiting the womb -- snatching cough syrup, immersing their faces in large breasts, and other activities not typically associated with infants.
Gucci Mane Feat. Young Dolph "Bling Blaww Burr" Video
Gucci Mane Feat. Young Dolph
With Woptober quickly approaching, Guwop comes through today with the video to his latest track, "Bling Blaww Burr," released earlier this week. The song features Young Dolph and is produced by Metro Boomin, who will be behind a total of four Woptober tracks.
Rae Sremmurd Feat. Gucci Mane "Black Beatles" Video
Rae Sremmurd Feat. Gucci Mane
"Black Beatles" has easily been one of the most popular records off of SremmLife 2. It is atmospheric and polished compared to the pure exuberance of the first SremmLife, and thus representative of Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi's progression as artists. Also, it features a verse from Gucci Mane.
Gucci Mane Talks Prison, Waka Flocka, Upcoming Projects, & More On Funk Flex
Gucci Mane is officially a free man now that he’s off house arrest. So taking advantage of the travels, the ATL veteran decided to hit up the Big Apple this week and pay a visit by Hot 97’s Funk Flex Show on Wednesday for a very rare video interview.
Gucci Mane "Robbed" Video
Gucci Mane shows no signs of slowing down on the visual front. If you follow him on Snapchat, you'll often see the behind-the-scenes of his video shoots, of which he's been doing plenty. The latest visual to drop off his album Everybody Looking is for "Robbed," which finds GuWop reminiscing about getting robbed.
Drake Brings Out Gucci Mane & 2 Chainz In ATL
Drake’s "Summer Sixteen Tour" continues to be full of surprises. On Thursday night, the tour rolled into ATL and took over the Philips Arena where once again Drizzy decided to bring out a couple hometown icons for the sold out crowd.
Gucci Mane "At Least A M" Video
Gucci Mane continues to drum up music videos for records off Everybody Looking, and the latest one belongs to "Have At Least A M." There is a whole lot going on in the visual, from zebra, to women donning gold body paint, diamonds floating across the scene and a multitude of other graphic effects. The lullaby-like record was produced by Zaytoven, who is also featured alongside GuWop in the video. Is this music video doing too much or just the right amount? Watch above and let us know.
Guwop Home: The Making Of Gucci Mane’s “Everybody Looking”
Gucci Mane & Mike Will Made It decided to sit down with Spotify recently and partake in a short interview called "Guwop Home: The Making Of 'Everybody Looking'."
Sevyn Streeter Feat. Gucci Mane "Prolly" Video
Sevyn Streeter Feat. Gucci Mane
Just a few days after dropping off the single “Prolly” with Gucci Mane, Sevyn Streeter decides to come through & share the official video for her lead single off her forthcoming Girl Interrupted album.
Gucci Mane "Gucci Please" Video
Gucci Mane is more of a rockstar than ever since his release from prison, and his new video for "Gucci Please" illustrates that perfectly. Before he appears on Rae Sremmurd's "Black Beatles" later this week, the rapper lives like a member of the Fab Four in the new clip, being swarmed by screaming women beore a performance, and performing with a live band. The song comes from Everybody Looking, his first album since becoming a free man two months back, and one that finds him returning to his role as one of rap's most prolific artists.
Gucci Mane's Girlfriend Denies Him A Burger; Mike WiLL Made-It Comes To The Rescue
Gucci Mane emerged from jail in May a new man, skinnier than ever, and his girlfriend Keyshia Ka'oir has been determined not to let him put any weight back on. This week, he documented his food struggles on Snapchat -- all he had to eat was Cocoa Pebbles, popcorn, and a fruit salad given to him by Ka'oir. He unenthusiastically ate the fruit salad and begged someone to go to Ann's Snack Bar and bring him a Ghetto Burger, flaunting a fan of $100 bills as payment for the deed.
21 Savage On The Breakfast Club
Now that Savage Mode has him popping heavily, it's time for 21 Savage to make his inaugural Breakfast Club appearance on Power 105.1. The Slaughter Gang rapper paid a visit to the radio station this morning, where he spoke about his past and getting into rap with Charlamagne Tha God and DJ Envy (no Angela Yee today).
Dreezy Feat. Gucci Mane "We Gon Ride" Video
Dreezy Feat. Gucci Mane
Dreezy was among the first artists to collaborate with Gucci Mane following his prison release. She dropped off "We Gon Ride" in June, ahead of her debut album No Hard Feelings. Now that the album's had time to sit with fans for just under a month, Dreezy is back with a new set of visuals for her Gucci collaboration.
Gucci Mane Reads Nice Tweets About Him
Gucci Mane recently visited the Spotify offices, and the streaming service had him read out some of the nicest tweets they could find referencing the rapper. Think of it as the polar opposite of Jimmy Kimmel's "Mean Tweets" series. The result isn't quite as funny as "Mean Tweets."
Gucci Mane "Richest Nigga In The Room" Video
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 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.