Mike WiLL Made It brings in another all-star cast for his latest release, “Perfect Pint.” This time, Kendrick Lamar, Gucci Mane and Rae Sremmurd step up to the plate. Ransom 2‘s release is right around the corner. Pre-order Ransom 2 via iTunes. Stream “Perfect Pint” below.
L.A.’s Marko Penn rises like a phoenix from the ashes on “B2L.” He delivers an R&B/Trap cut that hooks us with a curious guitar plucking lead and is rounded out by a hip hop bass line and familiar percussion. The feature from Atlanta’s trap godfather, Gucci Mane, is the icing on the cake for this one. . . .
Earlier Thursday evening, Gucci Mane said he was dropping the hardest song of the year at midnight. The song is “Make Love,” featuring Nicki Minaj. Gucci is trying to book Beyoncé for his wedding day, and Nicki took two bars off just to laugh. The beat is hard and the hook is catchy. There’s no . . .
Ever since being released from prison back in May, Gucci Mane has been making up for lost time with back to back music releases. Since being released, he’s released two albums and three EPs. He announced on Tuesday that his new album, DropTopWizop will be released soon. Now, to hold us over, he teamed up . . .
Chris Brown is back with a video for his latest single, “Party,” featuring Usher and Gucci Mane. The song is set to be on his forthcoming album, Heartbreak On A Full Moon. Set in what looks like an abandoned building, it didn’t stop Chris and crew from having a good time. Everyone’s up on their feet . . .
Stream Guwop’s The Return Of East Atlanta Santa album It’s been project after project since Gucci Mane‘s release from prison, but the godfather of trap isn’t new to this. . .he’s true to this. He returns with his 3rd solo album of 2016, The Return Of East Atlanta Santa. Related: Gucci Mane – “Last Time” ft. Travis Scott . . .
All the way from the Atlanta, Good Life Music Group’s Law teams up with Gucci Mane and ATL producer Zaytoven for his new single “Know Me.” There are some heavy kicks on this southern rap track, which comes in anticipation of his No Love project. Zaytoven definitely isn’t a stranger to working with either of . . .
Gucci Mane has been on a roll since making it back into the free world, and his latest stop was an appearance on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series with producer Zaytoven. The rest is history. Watch the entire segment, which features performances of “First Day Out The Feds,” “Waybach,” and “Last Time,” below. (2DopeBoyz)
Rick Ross‘s video for “Buy Back The Block” draws inspiration from Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg‘s 2001 film The Wash, and features guest appearances from 2 Chainz and Gucci Mane. Rick Ross’s Rather You Than Me album is in the works. Watch the Ryan Snyder-directed “Buy Back The Block” video below.
After recently serving up the music video for “Last Time” ft. Travis Scott, Gucci Mane returns with the Bryson Tiller-featuring “Drove U Crazy.” The song debuted on .Wav Radio, but it available in a CDQ version now. The Return of East Atlanta Santa drops December 16th. Listen below.
As promised, Gucci Mane and Travis Scott link up to deliver the visuals for their track, “Last Time.” Expect to see this song on Guwop’s The Return Of East Atlanta Santa album, scheduled to drop on December 16th. Watch below and grab the single on iTunes. At 1017 pm I’m dropping last time video ft Travis Scott — Gucci . . .
Lil Uzi Vert told us it was coming. He and Gucci Mane deliver their joint project, 1017 vs The World. 1017 vs The World ®. coming soon ® pic.twitter.com/CaM7pz1cDl — Uzi London ++® (@LILUZIVERT) November 20, 2016 It’s a 7-song mixtape with production contributions from some heavy hitting beat makers like Zaytoven, C Note, Manny Fresh, . . .
Project Pat has been around for decades, but he’s not ready to give it up yet. The veteran rapper dropped a new Zaytoven-produced track called “Dope Boy” that features Gucci Mane. Pat will be touring with Juicy J and Belly in 2017. Keep it locked. Stream “Dope Boy” below.
When it comes to output, Gucci Mane and Future are like peas in a pod. Characterized by what seems to be an unyielding work ethic, the two collab for Free Bricks: Zone 6 Edition. “Last night, me and Future met up in Atlanta,” Gucci told Miss Info. “We ditched our entourages, we didn’t book my usual studio, . . .
Common brings his “Black America Again” back to the forefront once more with a new remix that features verses from Gucci Mane and Pusha T. Of course, BJ The Chicago Kid is still holding the chorus down in elegant fashion. Common, Gucci Mane and Push aren’t necessarily the most expected combination, but they prove to . . .