Gucci Mane gets the bag.
Gucci Mane's a man about his money, there's no doubt about it. He figured out a way to profit off of his wedding and has already indicated his desire to make more off his honeymoon. However, it seems like Big Guwop had secured the bag with yet another deal.
Gucci Mane took to Twitter today to announce that he had renewed his record deal with Atlantic Records. While Atlantic's yet to confirm that, the rapper announced that he had made a $10 million extension with the record label. "Thank You @AtlanticRecords for the 10 million dollar extension #ELGATOTheHumanGlacier I appreciate It sincerely," he said on Twitter. He previously announced his upcoming album, El Gato The Human Glacier, shortly after he released Mr. Davis. The rapper's been known for the prolific amount of music he releases on a frequent basis. Since getting out of jail in 2016, the rapper released three albums and two mixtapes.
Shortly after announcing the renewal of his deal, he mentioned that he's currently in the studio working on El Gato the Human Glacier. He tweeted, "I feel like I'm a brand new artist working on his 1st album #ELGATOTheHumanGlacier."
I feel like I'm a brand new artist working on his 1st album #ELGATOTheHumanGlacier— Gucci Mane (@gucci1017) November 8, 2017
There's no telling what it'll sound like but Gucci's been delivering a hell of a lot of quality music lately. If it's anything like the other two he's released this year, it'll definitely be dope.
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Aside from working on his album, he's delivered some pretty fire features lately. The rapper was recently the only feature on his artist Lil Wop's mixtape, Wopaveli 3. Aside from that, 50 Cent recently teased an upcoming collaboration he has with Gucci Mane called "On Something." The single is currently the theme song for 50 Cent's TV Show, 50 Central. The theme song only consists of a bit of the hook and the teaser didn't preview any of Gucci's vocals but by the sound of it, the song sounds like a perfect fit for the two rappers.