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.
Gucci Mane is usually a prolific rapper, but lately he's quieted down, although that's not to stay he's been stagnant, he's still dropped a leak or two and visuals. We heard GuWop on "Trap Numbers" just the other week.
There have been many rumors as to where Young Thug is going to sign, some instigated by the rapper himself. However, apparently Young Thug has no one to sign to, as of yet, as he's still reportedly signed to Atlantic and 1017 Brick Squad.
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."
Gucci Mane was arrested in September for gun and marijuana possession, and has since been since spending his time at a county jail in Georgia. We've not heard any updates on when he'll see release, but one man believes he's made breakthrough in the case.
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.
On paper, hip-hop and opera seem like completely different styles of music, but many producers have shown us otherwise. Using dramatic, often high-pitched vocal samples, they add a theatrical element to rap tracks.
"Dennis Rodman" from Migos' YRN mixtape was a memorable collaboration with Gucci Mane, not only for its absurd concept, but also for its infectious hook. This time around, Guwop contributes a verse rather than a hook, sounding like a stylistic godfather to the ATL spitters.
Waka Flocka is not necessarily known for his vulnerability, but our heart has gone out to him since his brother's all-too-recent passing, last December. When he sat down with WKYS, he spoke about how his life is different now, saying:
The inspiration rappers have drawn from comic book characters over the years is undeniable, whether it be superheroes, villains or relatively normal protagonists who happen to find themselves in extraordinary circumstances.