Gucci releases a visual for “Jackie Chan,” the second offering from his forthcoming The State Vs. Radric Davis 2: The Caged Bird Sings, arriving on Christmas. Zaytoven on the keys.
Is there a harder working man in the industry than Gucci?
Incarceration and an impending 20-year sentence can’t slow his roll as Gucci unveils the cover art for the sequel to his 2009 major label debut, The State Vs Radric Davis, which arrives on Christmas.
Your cries are heard, Guwop.
Guwop just wants some damn recognition. Is that too much to ask? The State Vs. Radric Davis 2 drops December 25.
Never on schedule but always on time, Guwop delivers Trust God F*ck 12, his newest project with Rich Homie Quan. Consider it a belated 10/17 Day present. Tracklisting and stream after the jump. Read More
Gucci Clause rings in the 10/17 holiday by dropping off a new track entitled “Celebrity,” produced by Metro Boomin. Guwop continues to release some of the most consistent, under-appreciated rap music of 2013. Read More
Gucci hits the beach to flex and finesse in the visual for the Mike Will-produced “Me” off Guwop’s Diary Of A Trap God project. Directed by Gabriel Hart.
Flocka stops by Power 105’s The Breakfast Club program and speaks on Gucci’s latest Twitter rant and arrest.
in case you consume rap in music form, or have things like a job or an education, you may have missed the EPIC TWITTER RANT gucci mane used to light up the night skies. it was a phenomenal display of poetry. a comma-heavy and error-prone testimony. a cry for help. a laugh — out loud. no one knows what caused the designer-named rapper (street alias ‘guwop’) to go in on his peers, but something seemed amiss from the start. rather than parse the details, we boiled this down to its bone and gristle for the uninformed. enjoy!
Scooter revisits his Street Lottery tape, dropping the official video for “Work” featuring Guwop.
Gucci gives us the official visual for the title track from his Trap House 3 album, with Rozay. Directed by Dre Films.