After Big GuWop's team let go the Dun Deal-produced "Stand 4 It" two days ago, Gucci comes back with another Trap God 3 leak, this time featuring Chief Keef. The incarcerated rapper is finding no lack of promo for Trap God 3, which is available to pre-order on iTunes.
Well what do you know, another Gucci Mane track has surfaced online today. Following the release of his Mike Will Made It-produced “Speed Bumps” track, Gucci’s camp decides to liberate another one for the masses tonight called “Stand 4 It”.
When will Gucci Mane's camp run out of archival material they can continue to flip into high quality content? Not today, apparently. The locked up ATLien drops off a track called "Speed Bumps" that's a primo collab between him and Mike WiLL Made It.
Gucci Mane continues to feed the streets with new music, and a lot of it. After dropping off The Return Of Mr Perfect a couple weeks back, Gucci is already eyeing the release of his next project, Trap God 3, for October 17th.
Even though he’s locked up, Gucci Mane continues to release projects at an unbelievable pace. After dropping off The Return Of Mr Perfect just last week, Guwop is already eyeing the release of his next project, Trap God 3, for October 17th.
Even being locked up behind bars, Gucci Mane is releasing new material at an unbelievable pace. Fresh off the release of his Brick Factory Vol. 2 album, Guwop returns tonight to share another new track for the masses titled “Lil Dudes”.
Last night Gucci Mane came through with yet another project, Brick Factory Vol. 2, offering up a full stream of the album here. The rapper is keeping himself extra busy, recently announcing eight new projects lined up for release in 2014.
1017 Thug was a big moment for Young Thug, the first statement from the rapper as a member of Gucci Mane's Brick Squad crew, and the first time we heard future classics like "2 Cups Stuffed" and "Condo Music".
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.